Goals and Targets of the Global Responsible Business (GRB)

GRB Targets and FY2019 Activities

Pillar“WHAT FUJITSU ASPIRES TO BE” and “GOALS FOR FY2022”Major Activities in FY2019
Human Rights, Diversity and Inclusion●Human Rights
In both the real-world and digital societies, consideration for "human dignity" is reflected in all our corporate activities and we constantly work to "create human-centric value".
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To be finalized by the end of October, 2020
●Human Rights
  • Fujitsu Initiatives Addressing Human Rights Issues in Three Areas of Human Rights Due Diligence
●Diversity and Inclusion
Be a responsible business that reflects the diversity of our world and build an inclusive culture where everyone can be completely themselves.
We will celebrate difference and ensure that people can succeed regardless of their personal identity, especially their gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ethnicity, health, disability, and age.
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Cultivation of inclusive corporate culture.
  • Fujitsu Group aims to achieve at least Consolidated 69% from 66%(FY2019) / Non-consolidated 63% from 59%(FY2019), in favorable answers to Diversity and Inclusion question of Engagement Survey by FY2022.
  • Fujitsu Group aims to achieve at least Consolidated 10% from 8%(FY2019) / Non-consolidated 9% from 6%(FY2019) female leadership by FY2022.
●Diversity and Inclusion
  • Held Companywide Diversity Promotion Forums: 465 participants in FY2019
WellbeingThe Fujitsu Group aims to enrich and continuously improve our positive health culture where our employees can work to their full potential, both in mind and body.
We value the importance of our people, and will strive to enable them to succeed in their own personal development and growth.
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Providing a positive work environment for our people
  • Fujitsu Group aims to achieve at least 71%, in favorable answers to “Work Life Balance” and “Care” question of Engagement Survey by FY2022
Enabling success in personal development and growth
  • Fujitsu Group aims to achieve at least 70%, in favorable answers to “Growth” question of Engagement Survey by FY2022
  • Held Telework Days and Telework Month
  • Health Education Accomplishments such as e-learning
  • Average Annual Hours Spent Learning and Annual Cost of Learning Per Employee:45.3 hours
EnvironmentFujitsu will fulfill its social responsibilities as a global corporate environmental leader. We aim to contribute to achieving the 1.5℃ climate change goal of the Paris Agreement and also to resolving environmental challenges, through such measures as developing innovative solutions that make effective use of resources.
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Fulfill our social responsibilities and help to resolve environmental challenges
  • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions from Fujitsu facilities by using science-based targets(*1) equivalent to limiting global warming to 1.5℃(*2)
  • Avoid risks associated with our business activities and minimize our impact on the environment
  • Help to resolve environmental challenges for customers and society through our business operations
  • Greenhouse gas emissions from Fujitsu facilities:Reduced by 24% compared with FY2013
ComplianceThe Fujitsu Group, from the perspective of maintaining and improving corporate value, recognizes that the installation and operation of an internal control structure, which includes compliance, is one of the most important aspects of management. The Fujitsu Group will disseminate the Fujitsu Way throughout the entire organization. Furthermore, the Fujitsu Group will be aware of a higher level of corporate ethics, which includes social norms in that scope, and act with integrity in all of its business activities.
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To further disseminate compliance related part of the Fujitsu Way Code of Conduct throughout the entire organization, the Global Compliance program is rolled out for the entire Fujitsu Group, thereby instilling a high level of compliance awareness in the organization, and the management is to take the lead in fostering a corporate culture where each employee does not tolerate any wrongdoing (Zero Tolerance).
  • Deliver messages from the President or the Heads of each Business Group/Region on the importance of compliance (at least once a year)
  • E-Learning courses for all employees at Fujitsu and Group companies in Japan and overseas, with roughly 130,000 eligible employees taking the courses (offered in 20 languages)
  • Regular internal audits: 30 divisions within Fujitsu
Supply ChainIn its supply chain, the Fujitsu Group will achieve responsible procurement that embraces diversity and gives full consideration to human rights, the environment and health & safety. (Target KPI =100%)
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The Fujitsu Group will achieve responsible procurement in its supply chain.
To ensure that its major suppliers comply with the international standards for responsible procurement, the Fujitsu Group will obtain one of the following documents from its major manufacturing subcontractors and parts suppliers for its core products
  • A platinum or gold level of site recognition under the RBA(*3) Audit Recognition program
  • Written consent with the Fujitsu Group CSR Procurement Guideline (equivalent to the RBA Code of Conduct)
  • CSR surveys of major suppliers in Japan and overseas: Approx. 100 companies
  • CSR audits of suppliers: Three companies
Occupational Health and SafetyThe Fujitsu Group's first priority in all business activities is to protect the health and safety of our employees both in mind and body by providing a safe and healthy work environment tailored to the different cultures in which we operate.
  • We will foster a culture that does not tolerate accidents, incidents and poor safety performance.
  • We will ensure safety is a core business value, and make safety important and personal in order to influence people’s decisions and behavior
  • We will completely eliminate the loss of business opportunities due to preventable illnesses, injuries, and unexpected work-related accidents
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The Fujitsu Group will maintain a safe and comfortable working environment, and promote employees’ mental and physical health in every workplace.
  • Zero occurrences of serious accidents
  • Implementing health and safety-related management reviews at the global level, conducted once a year
  • Health and safety training for new employees (approximately 1,600 employees/year)
  • Health and safety training for business sites (approximately 3,300 employees/year)
CommunityOur employees, who possess an awareness that they belong to a global society, will have a positive impact not just on society, but on the economy and on business, by increasing their empathy for social issues and engaging in co-creation of activities.
We will evaluate, analyze and communicate the impact that our employees have made, and offer greater value to society.
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To be finalized by the end of October, 2020
  • Involvement with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
  • Involvement with the WEF
  • (*1)
    SBT : Science Based Targets
    An international initiative for companies to set greenhouse gas reduction targets with the goal of limiting global warming
    https://sciencebasedtargets.org/
  • (*2)
    Calculation of numerical targets within FY2020 for greenhouse gas emission reductions equivalent to limiting global warming to 1.5℃
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    RBA: Responsible Business Alliance
    Fujitsu Joins EICC, a Global Corporate Social Responsibility Coalition (renamed as the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) in October 2017)
    https://www.fujitsu.com/global/about/resources/news/press-releases/2017/0329-01.html/
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