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Osaka Gas Group Long-Term Management Vision 2030 and Medium-Term Management Plan 2020 [Going Forward Beyond Borders]

  • Becoming an Innovative Energy & Service Company that Continues to Be the First Choice of Customers
  • CSR Efforts to Realize Long-Term Management Vision 2030
  • We will Work Hard to Build a Low-Carbon Society by Conducting
Environment-Friendly Business.
  • Development of Human Resources and Work Environment for
Continuously Providing Services that Exceed the Customers Expectations

Development of Human Resources and Work Environment for Continuously Providing Services that Exceed the Customers Expectations

Development of Human Resources and Work Environment for Continuously Providing Services that Exceed the Customers Expectations

Associate Director / General Manager, Human Resources Dept., Osaka Gas Co., Ltd.
Masamichi Iwai
Associate Director / General Manager,
Human Resources Dept.,
Osaka Gas Co., Ltd.

Among social issues facing Japan recently is the declining working population. The phenomenon has highlighted the importance of diversity in corporate management, posing a challenge to the country as it is trying to realize a society in which each of the country's 100 million people can play an important role. Various measures are in place at business corporations in Japan. Specifically, companies are rectifying their practice of forcing their employees to work for long hours and accelerating their efforts to improve productivity.

For Osaka Gas to carry out measures envisaged under the Long-Term Management Vision 2030, it is crucially important to stay “healthy” in terms of work styles and practices.

The Osaka Gas Group will promote changes in mindset, work styles and work environment. By doing so, the Group aims to be a corporate group that is chosen by people with diverse values as their place to work. The Group will also strive to foster a work environment in which employees can work with motivation and pride, thereby realizing highly productive and creative work styles.

The Group will promote efficient work styles and diversity in order to build a solid human resources base that continuously provides services that exceed the expectations of customers.

Continue to Be a Healthy Corporate Group

To continue to be a healthy corporate group, we are committed to reforming attitude and style of work while securing an environment to promote such reforms.

Continue to be a healthy corporate group

The Osaka Gas Group is committed to promoting a work environment that attracts many human resources with diverse values and where they can work with motivation and pride, thereby realizing highly productive and creative work styles.

Attitude
Reform
Work Style
Reform
Work Environment
Improvement
Promotion of efficient work styles

The Osaka Gas Group launched a committee to encourage employees to work efficiently. The committee is intended to improve the Group's productivity and establish creative work styles. As a means of increasing operational efficiency and promoting efficient manpower use, the committee has formulated a specific code of conduct for employees, which spell out how to streamline business operations in document compilation and time management during conferences. Also included in the code of conduct is what superiors should keep in mind in their everyday work. Employees of Osaka Gas and its group companies can access an in-house portal site containing information on how to work efficiently, which is open around the clock.

Promotion of diversity

The Osaka Gas Group believes that it is essential for the Group to promote diversity in its corporate membership—an idea materialized by the compilation of the Osaka Gas Group Diversity Promotion Policy. Based on this policy, the Group is working on fostering a corporate culture in which people with different backgrounds can engage in discussion freely—irrespective of their gender, age, nationality or physical disability. Especially imperative for the Group is establishing a system to empower women. To become a corporate group that can use women's abilities fully and establish a corporate structure in which such abilities can be used effectively, we have set numerical goals and worked out an action plan, based on which various measures and systems are being introduced.

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