Basic policy regarding respect for human rights

Under the AISIN Group Principles of Corporate Behavior, we established the basic policy of respecting the human rights of all employees: “We respect the character, individuality and diversity of our employees and provide a safe, enjoyable and productive work environment in order to help them achieve a balanced and fulfilling life.” The Guidelines in Compliance with Social Responsibility provide specific behavioral standards for the realization of the principles of corporate behavior and make clear statements prohibiting forced labor and child labor. Additionally, the AISIN Way clarifies values and behavioral principles to be shared among the Group that are timeless and global.

Respect for human rights education

The AISIN Group believes that human rights must be taken into consideration in all aspects of corporate activities. In addition to respecting the basic human rights of all employees, we conduct human rights education on various occasions, such as rankspecific training, training for new hires and training upon job promotions, affording employees the ability to take actions. Fair hiring practices and assurance of equality, in particular, are our first priority. In fiscal 2017, we held a seminar on fair recruitment practices by inviting an official of the Aichi Labor Bureau as a lecturer. Through this and other efforts, we worked to increase our awareness of fair hiring practices and respect for human rights mainly in our 19 Group companies.

Human rights training
Human rights training

We implement training on corporate activities and human rights.

Training recipients regarding human rights (Aisin Seiki)

(Persons)

FY2015 FY2016 FY2017
Newly appointed managers 191
(100%)
192
(100%)
124
(100%)
New hires 351
(100%)
472
(100%)
388
(100%)
Temporary hires 43
(100%)
69
(100%)
80
(100%)
Mid-career hires 137
(100%)
56
(100%)
64
(100%)

Figures in parentheses show training recipients as a percentage of personnel targeted for training.