Respect for Employee Individuality
The Asahi Kasei Group considers fulfilling and satisfying working conditions and workplace culture, in which personnel feel motivated to achieve and take pride in their career, to be a key to business performance.
Human Resources Principles
The Human Resources Principles of the Asahi Kasei Group are a distillation of the values and beliefs held in common by all employees, a key aspect of a corporate culture where personal growth and corporate development are mutually reinforcing.
Human resources development
The human resources development program in the Asahi Kasei Group is structured with heightening basic skills through OJT and heightening professional skills as a two-layer foundation, with three pillars of cultivating management leaders, heightening specialist skills, and fostering global human resources.
Two-foundation, three-pillar structure
Fostering world-class management leaders who will guide the future growth of the Asahi Kasei Group
Fostering personnel who demonstrate outstanding specialist skill in particular fields and who are held in the highest regard within those fields, both internally and externally
- 3.Fostering personnel with the knowledge and skill to work internationally, with an understanding of different cultures and appreciation of diversity
- 4.Raising professional skills and knowledge related both directly and indirectly to work in specific fields to the highest levels
- 5.Fostering the ability of young personnel to push forward, develop solutions, and work cooperatively as fundamental skills
Corporate HR & Labor Relations leads the effort to ensure that there will be no unreasonable discrimination on the basis of gender, nationality, age or otherwise, to maintain a lively workplace culture which enables personnel to perform at their best, to advance employment of persons with disability, and to rehire personnel after mandatory retirement.
Balancing work and family life
We encourage personnel to reevaluate their working habits from the perspective of balancing work and family life, to raise productivity to enable excessive working hours to be avoided and paid days off to be utilized.
Handbook for employees expecting or raising children
Kurumin certification mark, received from the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare in recognition of our support for development of the next generation