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Sustainability Data

Environment Data

Environmental Data

KAJIMA Submission to the CDP climate Change Information Request (Japanese version only)

Human Resources Data (Non-Consolidated)

As of March 31

(FY) 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
Number of employees 7,611 7,686 7,783 7,887 7,989
Re-employed personnel 1,102 919 930 961 1,029
Employment rate for persons with disabilities (%)* 2.1 2.1 2.3 2.1 2.5
Turnover rate within three years (%) 3.6 3.5 3.2 1.8 4.6
Mid-career employees 103 70 54 81 80
Percentage of mid-career hires (%) 32.2 24.2 18.3 23.6 22.4
Employees taking extended childcare leave 39 35 53 60 58
Employees taking leave for nursing care 93 90 78 87 54
Employees taking leave for spouse’s childbirth 112 117 111 108 90
Male employees using flex-time or taking shortened work hours 41 64 89 98 118
Employees taking extended caregiving leave 22 37 22 63 40
Employees using leave system for volunteering 17 21 15 24 4
Employees taking paid leave (%) 49.5 49.6 46.4 52.8 54.5

* As of June 1

As of April 1

(FY) 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
Female employees in managerial track and with specialized skills 320 362 433 488 542
Female employees in managerial positions 84 93 120 138 164
Foreign national employees 16 16 16 19 23

Safety Data

(FY) 2019 2020 2021
Accident
frequency rate
Lost work time of 4 or more days 0.69 0.61 0.65
Lost work time of 1 or more days 1.24 1.13 1.21
Accident severity rate 0.18 0.20 0.22
No. of accidents 67 52 55
Cumulative working hours (Millions of hours) 97.62 84.80 85.11
No. of fatalities Non-consolidated(domestic) 2 2 2
Non-consolidated(overseas) 1 0 0
Domestic Group companies※3 0 0 0
Overseas Group companies※3 0 (2)※2 0 (1)※2 0 (0)※2
Frequency rate: The number of fatalities and injuries at worksites per one million cumulative working hours
Severity rate: The severity of illnesses and injuries represented by the number of workdays lost per one thousand cumulative working hours
Note: Calculations include partner company workers.
※2: Figures in parentheses indicate the number of fatal accidents for which the local authorities did not hold the Group responsible
※3: “Domestic Group companies” and “Overseas Group companies” refer to subsidiaries involved in construction

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