CSR Activities in FY 2018: Goals and Results

Basic CSR Management

 FY 2018 TargetsFY 2018 PerformanceAchievement Level
Promoting Group-wide CSR activities
  • Set global goals and formulate an action plan based on our new CSR policy.
  • Establish global CSR management with a promotion framework befitting of a responsible business.
  • Revised our important CSR objectives, and formulated new globally-shared goals and an action plan for CSR activities called Global Responsible Business (GRB).
  • Office headquarters and the regions worked together to discuss and decide on GRB, which has become established as a system for managing and promoting activities.
Implementing the PDCA cycle based on our vision
  • Make the integrated report more extensive.
  • Improve and execute internal processes based on international norms and industry standards.
  • Issued Integrated Report 2018.
  • Announced the Fujitsu Group AI Commitment as an initiative on artificial intelligence (AI) and ethics.
  • Revised internal rules based on the RBA Code of Conduct.
Instilling CSR internally
  • Grow a CSR community within the Group, including global sites.
  • Spread information even more extensively through use of intranet websites.
  • Continue increasing the use of methods such as seminars to instill CSR.
  • Built an internal global community for each important CSR objective, and engaged in activities internally.
  • Held internal seminars to boost internal understanding of efforts toward the SDGs.
  • Increased website content about the relationship between efforts toward SDGs and the business that Fujitsu does.

Priority 1: Provide Opportunity and Peace of Mind through ICT

 FY 2018 TargetsFY 2018 PerformanceAchievement Level
Providing new value through ICT
  • Increase efforts to solve social problems in Japan and worldwide, with sights set on achieving the SDGs.
  • Increase more case examples of solutions for core fields in Japan and worldwide.
  • In addition to operating a plant factory, Fujitsu itself practices smart agriculture together with partners from various industries. With a network that connects 7,000 hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and pharmacies in Japan, we support the health and well-being of individuals while also providing cutting-edge technologies such as HPC and AI and engaging in co-creation with various academic research institutions in the fields of genetic treatments and pharmaceuticals. We also serve as partners for smartphone manufacturing in China and Singapore, and for creating digital innovation in France, offering solutions that leverage ICT to solve urban and educational issues in a variety of ways around the world.
  • Engaged in more solutions projects related to our core fields in Japan and around the world.
Increase access to ICT
  • Handle greater numbers of business cases that incorporate universal design.
  • Take on greater numbers of problem solving-type projects in emerging nations.
  • We create new businesses and services that enrich people’s lives and society, such as Universal Disaster Prevention Solutions that provide consistent support from disaster response centers to residents; customer engagement solution CHORDSHIP, which enables a greater number of users to interact naturally with ICT systems by voice; and the Hajimete no Jibun Computer (Lifebook LH Series) laptop computer.
  • We are working with the Sizwe Africa IT Group to provide Edu-Smart Green Center self-sufficient classrooms in South Africa. Similarly, we are taking on even greater numbers of projects in countries throughout Southeast Asia and the Middle East for business and field trials in the areas of disaster response and addressing traffic problems.
Ensuring reliability and peace of mind through ICT
  • Maintain thorough security training.
  • Deepen affiliations with government agencies and international organizations.
  • Further expand solutions based on internal practices.
  • We have maintained our security training for Fujitsu employees including executives. (participation rate 99 %)
  • Masami Yamamoto of Fujitsu ____ was appointed Vice Chair of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) in January 2018, and Fujitsu is active as a board company for the Social Impact Sector Sustainable Cities Leadership Project. Fujitsu has also joined WIPO GREEN (*2), a marketplace for connecting environmental technology and service providers which is operated by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), a specialized agency of the United Nations. Having joined WIPO GREEN as a partner, Fujitsu has already registered upwards of 400 intellectual property assets to the database.
  • We are providing services focused on communication platforms that transform work styles based on internal practices developed within the Fujitsu Group, including at overseas group companies.

Priority 2: Protecting the Global Environment

 FY 2018 Targets(*3)FY 2018 PerformanceAchievement Level
Our Society
  • Contribute to sustainable development of society through provision of ICT services.
  • Achieve top-level energy efficiency of more than 50% of the newly developed products.
  • We have selected 25 solutions that contribute to a sustainable society, 18 of which have been disclosed to the public.
  • 67.9% of our new products have achieved the top level of energy efficiency.
Our Business
  • Reduce greenhouse gas emission over 5% compared to FY 2013 by the end of FY 2018.
  • Reduce CO2 emissions per sales from transport over 2% each year.
  • Increase usage of renewable energy to at least 6% of total usage by the end of FY 2018.
  • Reduced emissions by 30.3 % compared to FY 2013
  • Reduced 6.2 % year-on-year
  • Usage rate will be opened in mid-July.

Priority 3: Accepting Diversity

 FY 2018 Targets(*3)FY 2018 PerformanceAchievement Level
Reform our organizational culture
  • Make further advances in training and awareness at Fujitsu and domestic group companies, starting with the Human Rights Promotion Committee.
  • Disseminate the Fujitsu Group Human Rights Statement, and work to establish a company culture of respect for human rights throughout the Fujitsu Group including global group companies.
  • Provide stronger support for promoting diversity to generate innovation.
  • Spread promotion activities to group companies in Japan and worldwide.
  • Bolster organization-wide efforts aiming to foster an innovative organizational culture.
  • We held human rights awareness training sessions in each area in addition to training when employees are promoted. Organized a “Human Rights Week” event (gathered suggestions for a human rights slogan and gave awards, distributed leaflets to all employees, hung posters) as a company-wide activity.
  • Held workshops with LGBT experts as guest speakers for employees on a voluntary attendance basis, and for promotion division and consultation desk personnel, with the aim of creating good work environments for everyone. Separate training activities by rank to promote understanding continued.
  • Rolled out “Barrier-Free Minds” training company-wide to foster organizational culture in which anyone can succeed regardless of impairments.
  • Continuing from the announcement the Fujitsu Group Human Rights Statement (in 21 languages) in line with international human rights standards, e-learning has been conducted to instill understanding throughout the Fujitsu Group, including globally.
  • Various diversity promotion activities at individual workplaces have been supported.
  • Diversity and inclusion policies for the Fujitsu Group have been disseminated.
  • We have defined indexes for “Innovative company culture” including “providing opportunities to do work that is both challenging and fascinating,” and are engaged in activities efforts within each organization.
Supporting the career development of individuals
  • Bolster efforts in managing talent continuously starting with younger employees in order to produce more female managers.
  • Working on measures at each rank to support women’s career development.
    • Implementing an expanded Female Leadership Development Program. (78 participants)
    • Holding new career workshops for female employees with the goal of medium- to long-term development of female employees. (48 participants)
    • Conducted Career Development Seminars. (twice)
  • Events have been held to support the career development of employees with impairments, and those who are caregiving or raising children, held separately for each different attribute. (for domestic group companies also)
  • Management seminars were held for supervisors who are raising children. (for domestic group companies also)
  • Fujitsu:
    • Ratio of female managers: 6.1%
    • Ratio of employees with impairments: 2.28%
Promoting work-life balance
  • Bolster measures to support each individual employee in reforming their work styles.
  • Usage results for systems within Fujitsu:
    • Childcare leave taken: 442 employees
    • Child-birtt/child-care support leave taken: 585 employees
    • As part of Telework Day/Telework Month, seminars were held to encourage use of these systems.

Priority 4: Developing Human Resources that Contribute to the Planet and Society

 FY 2018 TargetsFY 2018 PerformanceAchievement Level
Develop the human resources to support a truly global ICT company
  • Conduct training programs as part of the systems for programs to develop next-generation business leaders.
  • Two new tracks were established to further accelerate the development of next-generation business leaders. Each training program was executed according to plan. (317 participants)
    * Number for long-term training includes those who are currently enrolled in the training.

Priority 5: Dialogue and Cooperation with Stakeholders

 FY 2018 TargetsFY 2018 PerformanceAchievement Level
Communicating with stakeholders
  • Organize the global communication of CSR information, and come up with a vision.
  • Regularly engage with residents and companies in communities to help develop neighborhoods.
  • Communicated about Fujitsu CSR activities through seminars and participation at events in Japan and worldwide.
  • Discussed mechanisms for sharing information at group companies in Japan and worldwide.
  • Practiced regular engagement with residents and companies in communities to help develop neighborhoods. (107 times)
Collaborating with stakeholders
  • Build relationships through our main business activities with diverse stakeholders including local governments, NGOs, and international agencies, and bolster specific efforts to help achieve the sustainable development goals (SDGs) advocated by the UN.
  • The following activities were implemented to work together with stakeholders toward achieving the SDGs.
    • Invited top corporate executives and academic experts to exchange opinions at the 49th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting (known as “Davos”).
    • External experts were invited for an SDGs conference held at Fujitsu Forum 2018.
    • Information sessions and lectures about SDGs-related initiatives were held for customers, NGOs, employees, and other stakeholders. (33 times)
Coexisting with society
  • Work to horizontally expand and enliven social contribution activities throughout the Group as a whole through encouragement and announcements.
  • Maintain the following efforts for social contribution programs.
    • Building up an internal database for social contribution activities and make it more accurate.
    • Work on measures to encourage more volunteer activities.
  • Horizontally expanding and enlivening social contribution activities throughout the Group as a whole through encouragement and announcements.
  • Maintain the following efforts for social contribution programs.
    • Building up an internal database for social contribution activities and make it more accurate. Number of activities registered in FY 2018: 612
    • Working on measures to encourage more volunteer activities.
  • (*1)
    ✔✔: Achieved original plan, ✔:Some of original plan is not yet achieved as some issues remain, ✕:Original plan has not been achieved
  • (*2)
    WIPO GREEN: A platform and global network to spread environmental technologies and promote innovation by connecting providers of environment-related technologies and services with those seeking innovative solutions. The WIPO GREEN network includes at least 6,000 individuals and organizations, from 170 countries around the world.
  • (*3)
    All items from the Fujitsu Group Environmental Action Plan (Stage VIII) :https://www.fujitsu.com/jp/about/environment/approach/plan/
Top of Page