We have introduced a number of systems that allow employees with child care responsibilities to balance it with work and be active, with the aim of improving work-life management for both male and female employees.
（※）Oji Holdings,Oji Imaging Media,Oji Green Resources,Oji Paper,Oji Management Office
|Child care leave (available until the child reaches 2 years old)
|Shortened work hours for child care (shortening of hours up to six hours per day, until the end of the first year of elementary school)
|Day-care center subsidies for employees who return to work early from their child care leave
|Increase in amount of allowance (aid for living cost in relation to a child) as an assistance measure for childraising generation
|Paternity leave system for male employees (paid-leave of 5 consecutive days)(Target 100%)
|Hourly use of accumulated annual leave (for child care /nursing care)
|Leave-system for employees obligated to leave work to accompany their spouses’ overseas transfers
|Return-to-work program for employees resigning due to childbirth, child care, nursing care, etc.
Support before and after child care leave
We aim to improve work-life management of employees of both genders through interviews and seminars that provide communication opportunities and support for them. Additionally, we hold seminars for employees returning to work from child care leave, have gatherings for working mothers, and offer various discussion sessions regarding balancing careers and child care.
Balancing career and Child care
Offering a Network and Sharing Information
We have established an SNS chat system called the OJI☆Child care Net in order to help employees on child care leave prepare to come back to work with comfort and peace of mind. The SNS shares company information and hosts a community forum that allows fellow employees on leave to consult with one another.
Support for Participation of men in child care and housework
Our company also promotes the participation of men in housework and child care. We are aiming for 100% usage of child care leave of five consecutive days or more until the child reaches age one, and are promoting this goal through roundtable discussions and seminars.
Seminars for employees returning from child care leave
Posters supporting men house work and child care participation