Main initiatives and results in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2016
As of March 31, 2016, women accounted for 10.6% of all employees at Nikon Corporation and 15.9% at its group companies in Japan. Among managers, women accounted for 4.7% at Nikon Corporation and 2.4% at its group companies in Japan.
The Nikon Group recorded 287 workdays lost due to serious workplace injuries (defined as an injury requiring the worker to take at least one day off). Among this total, 171 days were lost in Greater China, two in South Korea, 66 in Japan, three in the Asia and Oceania region, and 45 days in Europe.
As a means for helping realize its Medium-Term Management Plan, Nikon is promoting a group-wide program for employees called FUTURE IN FOCUS, which aims to create an environment for diverse employees to actively contribute in a wide range of fields within the Nikon Group, regardless of their nationality, ethnicity, or gender. Specifically, the program includes an employee training and evaluation system linked to core competencies, based on the Nikon Group HR Vision. Nikon has begun successively introducing the system throughout the Group.
In addition, Nikon has put in place various systems for supporting diverse working styles among employees, and is carrying out initiatives aimed at ensuring healthy and safe workplace environments.