Sustainability at Fujitsu Group
- Sustainability Management in the Fujitsu Group
- GRB（Global Responsible Business）Goals and Achievments for FY2022
- GRB（Global Responsible Business）Goals for FY2025
- Non-financial Indicators
- Stakeholder Engagement
- United Nations Global Compact
- SDG-related Activities in Fujitsu
- External Recognition and Awards
Global Responsible Business
Data and Documents
GRB (Global Responsible Business) Goals and Achievements for FY2022
GRB Goals and Major Achievements in FY2021
|Pillar||“WHAT FUJITSU ASPIRES TO BE” and “GOALS FOR FY2022”||Major Achievements in FY2021|
Human Rights and DE&I
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".
Embedding "respect for human rights" within the Fujitsu Group
|◆Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I)
Be a responsible business that reflects the diversity of our world. Build an inclusive and equitable culture where everyone belongs and can be completely themselves. We will celebrate difference and ensure that people can succeed regardless of their personal identity.
Through inclusive design and innovation, we will endeavor to make a positive impact within society and empower each other to make the world more sustainable.
Cultivation of inclusive corporate culture.
|To create an environment where all employees can work positively and healthily in both mind and body. We will also endeavor to provide opportunities for employees to develop personally and display their abilities to the fullest extent.
Providing a positive work environment
|Fujitsu 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.
Fulfill our social responsibilities and help to resolve environmental challenges
|Ensure that all officers and employees within the Fujitsu Group conduct their business activities with a high level of compliance awareness and through those activities, the Fujitsu Group fulfills our social responsibilities and earns the trust of our stakeholders.
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 wrongdoings (Zero Tolerance).
|In 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.
Occupational Health and Safety
|The 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.
The Fujitsu Group will maintain a safe and comfortable working environment, and promote employees’ mental and physical health in every workplace.
|Our 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 the co-creation of activities.
We will evaluate, analyze and communicate the impact that our employees have made, and offer greater value to society.
Contributing to the transformation of both our corporate culture and mindset of employees
- (*1)"Work Environment" has been changed to "Well-being" from FY22.
- (*2)RBA: Responsible Business Alliance
Fujitsu Joins EICC, a Global Corporate Social Responsibility Coalition (renamed as the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) in October 2017)
- (*3)Face-to-face activities were limited due to the influence of COVID-19. As a result of various measures such as the holding of online events, the number of employees participating increased from the second half of fiscal 2021, but decreased from fiscal 2019.