Social and Governance Data
Employees in Fujitsu group
|Number of employees by region (*1)||Total||126,371||124,216||124,055||G102-7,8|
|Number of Employees by Type of Contract||Full-time||126,371||124,216||124,055|
|Non Full-time (*3)||12,580||12,324||12,005|
- *1The number of employees as of end of the fiscal year (March 20)
- *2Figures for FY 2020 and FY 2021 refer to "Asia" and "Oceania" respectively. We have been reviewing regional classifications since fiscal 2022. NWE (Nordic and Western Europe), CEE (Central and Eastern Europe), Europe other than NWE and CEE are added together to "Europe," China, Taiwan and South Korea included in Asia are added together to "East Asia," and countries other than China, Taiwan and South Korea and Oceania included in Asia are added together to "Asia Pacific.".
- *3Including fixed term employees (contracted, part-time, etc.) and excluding dispatched workers.
Board of Directors (As of June 26, 2023)
|End of June, 2021||End of June, 2022||End of June, 2023||GRI|
|External directors (person)||5||5||5|
|Non-Japanese directors (person)||1||1||1|
Diversity (Fujitsu group)
|Ratio of female employees (%)||Fujitsu group||-||-||24.8||G405-1|
|Ratio of female executives and managers (%)||Fujitsu group||-||-||15.01|
|Ratio of female in junior management positions (%)||Fujitsu group||-||-||17.79|
|Ratio of female in top management positions (%)||Fujitsu group||-||-||13.8|
|Ratio of female in management positions in revenue-generating functions (%)||Fujitsu group||-||-||15.5|
|Ratio (*5) of female in STEM-related positions (%)||Fujitsu group||-||-||20.4|
- *4The number of employees as of end of the fiscal year (March 20)
- *5STEM-related Departments: Departments related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
|Average salary for FY2022 by gender (Fujitsu group)||Executive level||Base salary only||31,320,000 yen||31,650,000 yen||G405-2|
|Base salary + Other incentive||89,862,624 yen||90,969,880 yen|
|Management level||Base salary only||8,112,568 yen||7,696,818 yen|
|Base salary + Other incentive||12,582,705 yen||11,948,550 yen|
|Non-management level||Base salary + Bonus||7,583,881 yen||5,971,525 yen|
- *6Average salary for FY2022 by gender covers domestic Group companies with 300 or more employees.
- *7Base salary includes basic salary and various allowances (Commuting allowance and retirement allowance are excluded.).
- *8Incentives include bonuses and stock compensation, and theoretical values are used for some executives. As for stock compensation, the amount based on the estimated amount of grant under the 2022 Plan < Grant amount fixed for 3 years of 2022~2024 > is used instead of the amount based on the fixed amount of grant in fiscal 2022.
Diversity (Fujitsu Limited)
|Number of employees (*9) Total||32,026||34,430||35,092||G405-1,|
|Average age (*10)||43.8||43.6||43.7|
|Number of employees by age group||Under 30||4,577||5,063||5,126|
|50 and over||12,736||13,127||13,443|
|Number of employees by gender||Male||26,202||27,995||28,248|
|Gender salary gap(%)
(Female to male ratio) (*11)
|Ratio of newly appointed female managers (%)
|Number of non-Japanese employees||475||585||674|
|Employment rate of people with disabilities (%) (*12)|
(counted in every June)
- *9The number of employees as of the end of the fiscal year (March 20) includes executive officers and does not include non-regular employees.
- *10At the end of the fiscal year (March 31)
- *11Period covered: April 1, 2022 to March 31, 2023
Salary is the amounts paid to employees, including basic salaries, bonuses, and other benefits. (Excluding retirement allowance and commuting allowance)
- *12Fiscal 2020 data covers Fujitsu, Fujitsu Harmony, Fujitsu Laboratories, Fujitsu IS Services, Fujitsu Advanced Accounting Services, Fujitsu Home & Office Services, and Fujitsu Techno Research. In fiscal 2021, Fujitsu, Fujitsu Harmony, Fujitsu IS Services, Fujitsu Advanced Accounting Services, Fujitsu Home & Office Services, Fujitsu Techno Research, Fujitsu SSL Powered Services, and Fujitsu SSL Harmony are covered. In fiscal 2022, Fujitsu, Fujitsu Harmony, Fujitsu IS Services, Fujitsu Advanced Accounting Services, Fujitsu Home & Office Services, and Fujitsu Techno Research will be included.
Employment (Fujitsu Limited)
- *13At the end of the fiscal year (March 31)
- *14The figures for FY 2020 and FY 2021 have been revised due to the revision of the calculation method.
Using the Care Leave and Short Work Hours system (Fujitsu Limited)
|Number of employees using child care leave (*15)(*16)(*18)||Total||617||300||518||G401-3,|
|Return to work rate after child care leave (%)||Total||97.4||100||100|
|Continuous work rate after child care leave (%)||Total||98.1||99.2||96.6|
|Number of employees using family care leave (*13)||Total||11||7||18|
|Return to work rate after family care leave (%)||100||100||100|
|Continuous work rate after family care leave (%)||100||90.0||85.7|
|Number of employees using Short working hours (child care) (*15)||Total||803||703||670|
|Number of employees using Short working hours (family care) (*15)||Total||11||10||11|
|Paternity leave (*15)(*17)||458||497||549|
|Percentage of male employees taking childcare leave (%) (*19)||-||-||85.1|
- *15At the end of the fiscal year (March 31)
- *16Short-term childcare leave taken within 8 weeks after childbirth and subsequent reacquisition (so-called papa vacation) are counted as 1 person each.
- *17In FY 2020 and FY 2022, the number of employees who gave birth within the fiscal year and obtained the relevant benefits within the fiscal year (including the use of childcare leave), and in FY 2021, the number of employees who obtained benefits has been revised in line with the approach in other fiscal years
- *18"Employees who took childcare leave during the year, regardless of whether they gave birth within the year" in FY 2020; "Employees who have given birth within the year and have taken childcare leave" in FY 2021; "Employees who have taken parental leave for the first time for a subject child, regardless of whether the child was born within the current year (in accordance with the calculation method accompanying the disclosure of the status of parental leave)" in FY 2022 (including combined use with childcare leave)
- *19Percentage of male employees who took childcare leave, etc. and leave for childcare purposes (based on the Childcare and Nursing Care Leave Act)
Human Resource Development (Fujitsu group)
- *22Scope: Fujitsu and domestic group companies
- *23Socope : Fujitsu Group
- *24Human Capital Return on Investment (ROI): Calculated by [net sales - (operating expenses - employee-related expenses)]/employee-related expenses
Breakdown of learning hours in FY 2022
|Age group||20s and younger||30s||40s||50s and older||GRI|
|Average Annual Hours Spent Learning [hour /year /person]||115||38.3||29.2||23.9|
|Level||Managers and above||Non-managers||GRI|
|Average Annual Hours Spent Learning [hour /year /person]||29.7||49.9|
Political contributions and other spending (*25)
|Lobbying, interest representation or similar||0||0||0||0|
|Local, regional or national political campaigns / organizations /candidates||18.0||17.2||17.1||20.2|
|Trade associations or tax-exempt groups||127.9||102.5||134.9||130.4|
- *25Fujitsu conducts political donations properly in accordance with the Political Funds Control Act.
Large expenditure by sustainability topics
|Topics||Description of engagement||FY2022|
|Recommendations for IT and other industrial policies||Our company provides advice on IT and other industrial policies by participating in various committees and workshops of electronics, electricity, and information and communications organizations in legal entity and economic organizations, such as the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association.||126.6|
|Sustainable development on a global scale||Our company works through organizations such as the World Economic Forum (*24) for the purpose of sustainable development of industry and humankind.||56.0|
|Responding to environmental issues such as climate change||With the aim of responding to climate change through industry, we are participating in environmental projects such as the World Business Council (*24) for Sustainable Development.||5.5|
- *26For more information on WEF and WBCSD, please visit this site.
|Topics||FY2019||FY2020||FY2021||FY2022||Target for FY2025|
|Engagement score (%) (*27)||63||68||67||69||75|
- *27The Positive response rate is as follows.
FY2019: 56% FY2020: 66% FY2021: 64% FY2022: 66% Target for FY2025: 74%