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Hiroshima for Global Peace

Justice Labor and Social Security Attorney

    Increase the number of companies that are great places to work and companies that enjoy working on the SDGs.


5.1 End all forms of discrimination against all women and girls everywhere

8.5 By 2030, achieve full and productive employment and decent work for all women and men, including for young people and persons with disabilities, and equal pay for work of equal value

10.3 Ensure equal opportunity and reduce inequalities of outcome, including by eliminating discriminatory laws, policies and practices and promoting appropriate legislation, policies and action in this regard

17.17 Encourage and promote effective public, public-private and civil society partnerships, building on the experience and resourcing strategies of partnerships


This is who we are!

We are a labor and social security attorney corporation certified as a company that practices work style reforms in Hiroshima Prefecture in 2018.
In order to become a model company for others, we have created a comfortable working environment for employees by reducing long working hours, encouraging employees to take annual paid leave, introducing telework, and adopting a flextime system to help them balance work and childcare/nursing care.


Initiative details

With the start of work style reforms, companies now have to accommodate diverse work styles. As part of such efforts, we believe that while improving the workplace environment (tangible aspects) is important, it is also critical to develop a personnel evaluation system (intangible aspects) that is fair and makes employees feel rewarded.
Currently, however, there are not many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that implement a personnel evaluation system that allows women, people who work while raising children or caring for family members, or foreign workers to receive fair evaluations.
Accordingly, we provide SMEs with support to introduce a personnel evaluation system that nurtures people.
A personnel evaluation system that nurtures people refers to a system that does not evaluate environmental differences, gender, age, or nationality, but evaluates only the facts from the perspectives of “what result was achieved against the target,” “what work attitude was exhibited during the evaluation period,” and “what process was followed even though the result was not achieved.” This will ensure a personnel evaluation system with high legitimacy that is not influenced by any bias.
The evaluation items are informed to employees in advance, and the evaluation results are properly fed back to each employee, which helps give them a sense of assurance. Another feature is the operation of a “career path” system, in which stages are created for each career to show employees the path to the future.


Conceptual image of career path

By introducing a personnel evaluation system that nurtures people, employees will be able to work and grow while feeling a sense of satisfaction in their jobs. If employees grow personally, the company will also be able to develop and contribute to economic growth.
In this way, we are contributing to the achievement of the SDGs through a personnel evaluation system that nurtures people.

As part of our partnership efforts, we regularly hold SDGs seminars for SMEs that want to work on the SDGs, but do not know what to do. The seminar provides an explanation of the overview and history of the SDGs, the environment surrounding them and their importance, and some companies have actually started their initiatives on the SDGs following our seminar.
We will aim to continue to help many SMEs learn about the SDGs through our seminars, and to increase the number of companies that enjoy working on them.


The seminar was held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The seminar provides information on an overview of the SDGs and how to tackle them.

Key Points

First, we held an SDGs seminar in-house with the aim of having all employees understand the SDGs. Then, we created and published an SDGs declaration web page that outlines our initiatives on the SDGs to externally disseminate our information. We have also been making efforts in small ways, such as using the reverse side of printed paper for printing and bringing our own beverage containers.
In addition, as an initiative to improve employee job satisfaction, our representative holds one-on-one interviews with all employees once a month to provide support, such as consultations on work or personal concerns.
Furthermore, we have been collaborating with external parties since last year, such as participating in the “Council of Practical Learning Platform” established by Eikei University of Hiroshima, in order to contribute to the realization of independent learning by students and the development of society.


Justice Labor and Social Security Attorney

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