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Personnel and Labor Data

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Employment in the NTT Group

Boundary Unit 2017 2018 2019
Total number of employees C Employees 284,544 307,894 319,039
Employees by region Domestic 166,173 179,902 183,824
Overseas 118,371 127,992 135,215
Percentage of overseas employees % 41.6 41.6 42.4
Number of employees by gender E Employees 109,200 106,997 110,207
Male 92,000 88,756 88,724
Female 17,200 18,241 21,483
Percentage of female employees % 15.8 17.0 19.5
NTT NTT Employees 2,644 2,562 2,494
Male 2,371 2,273 2,200
Female 273 289 294
Number of temporary employees included in the above 55 68 65
Total managers*1 E Employees 26,110 25,736 25,616
Male 24,770 24,268 23,991
Female 1,340 1,468 1,625
Percentage of female managers % 5.1 5.7 6.3
Average age NTT Years 41.3 41.3 41.1
Male 41.7 41.7 41.7
Female 37.4 37.6 37.1
Average years of employment NTT Years 16.8 16.8 16.7
Male 17.2 17.2 17.1
Female 13.4 13.5 13.3
Average annual compensation NTT Yen 5,846,977 5,913,532 5,954,975
A 6,390,108 6,449,078 6,520,047
Ratio of basic salary per employee and remuneration of women to men*2 Managers Basic salary D 1:1.02
Remuneration 1:1.03
Non-managerial employees Basic salary 1:1.17
Remuneration 1:1.17
Number of new graduate hires A Employees 1,550 1,721 1,877
Male 1,022 1,170 1,270
Female 528 551 607
Percentage of female employees % 34.1 32.0 32.3
Number of foreign national hires D Employees 58 75 55
Male 35 44 31
Female 23 31 24
Percentage of employees with disabilities*3 NTT % 2.6 2.7 2.7
A 2.5 2.6 2.6
B 2.3 2.4 2.4
Number of re-employed members D Employees 18 16 14
Male 1 0 2
Female 17 13 12
Turnover rate (including mandatory retirement) Turnover rate among all employees D % 6.4 6.1 9.9
Turnover rate due to personal reasons 3.0 3.7 3.7
Continuous employment of employees at retirement age D Employees 18,000 14,000 10,000
Percentage of NWJ membership B % 86.0 84.8 79.4
Enhancing employee satisfaction B 3.79 3.80 3.79

*1Section manager level or higher

*2We have a single pay scale for men and women. Differences are due to age and job grade.

*3As of June 1, 2020

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Number of Employees Using Company Systems, Working Hours, etc.

Boundary Unit 2017 2018 2019
Special leave (childbirth) D Employees 1,147 1,081 1,164
Childcare-related D Employees 2,199 2,370 2,394
Childcare leave Male 120 169 257
Female 2,079 2,201 2,137
Ratio that returned to work % 97.1 98.1 99.2
Shortened working hours for childcare Male Employees 27 39 36
Female 2,391 2,491 2,006
Nursing care-related D Employees 116 94 58
Nursing care leave Male 65 42 28
Female 51 52 30
Shortened working hours for nursing care Male D Employees 25 36 31
Female 29 50 36
Leave programs D Days 19.7 19.3 17.7
Paid vacation days Male % 97.0 89.3
Female 93.8 85.8
Percentage of total entitled leave 98.4 96.4 88.7
Working hours Total hours actually worked NTT Hours 1,911 1,933 1,906
Average annual overtime hours 23.0 22.2 23.0
Overtime hours D Hours 17.5
Overtime pay D Yen 48,180
Number of employees working from home*1 D Employees 15,046 26,719 38,962
Male 10,498 18,171 29,442
Female 3,500 5,626 9,520
Number of employees taking leave for mental health A Employees 1,648 1,550 1,815
Male 1,293 1,202 1,323
Female 355 348 492
Number of industrial accidents A -- 44 36 71
Operational accidents 9 8 7
Commuting accidents 35 28 64
Frequency rate 0.10 0.09 0.11

*1Including the DOCOMO Group

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Status of Human Rights Initiatives

Boundary Unit 2017 2018 2019
Number of confirmed cases of human rights violations B -- 27 24 29
Human rights training and attendance B % 93.6 96.6 97.3

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Status of Human Resources Development

Boundary Unit 2017 2018 2019
Average annual training Hours per employee B Hours 34.0 28.0 26.0
Cost per employee Yen 10.4 10.9 8.6
Job challenge and job offering Use B Employees 477 297 296
Transfer 188 113 107
Number of qualified employees (cumulative total) B Employees 26,963 38,437 48,564

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Status of Supply Chain Initiatives

Unit 2017 2018 2019
Percentage of critical suppliers that we sent CSR surveys (SAQ) to, and percentage that were responded to Sent % 100 100 100
Responded % 99 98 100
Number of recognized high-risk suppliers -- 0 0 0
Percentage of issues recognized as actual risks that were corrected at suppliers % 100 100 100
Percentage of employees in procurement trained on ESG % 100 100 100

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Employee Volunteering

Boundary Unit 2017 2018 2019
Employee participation rate B % 70.7 69.0 54.9
Results of Citizenship Activities* Number of activities -- 4,204 3,977 3,713
Number of participants Employees 117,491 123,734 100,834
Expenditures Million yen 6,414 8,030 6,632
Environmental conservation Number of activities -- 1,106 1,106 894
Number of participants Employees 75,706 76,889 60,714
Expenditures Million yen 875 796 1,408
Social welfare Number of activities -- 497 513 534
Number of participants Employees 6,399 9,559 7,516
Expenditures Million yen 1,079 1,860 439
Education and cultural promotion Number of activities -- 423 388 341
Number of participants Employees 2,940 2,845 2,544
Expenditures Million yen 1,841 2,423 2,656
Local community development and dialogue Number of activities -- 1,740 1,507 1,609
Number of participants Employees 23,068 26,868 25,396
Expenditures Million yen 937 1,126 1,606
International exchange activities Number of activities -- 43 55 13
Number of participants Employees 445 320 411
Expenditures Million yen 69 72 202
Sports promotion Number of activities -- 268 224 161
Number of participants Employees 5,853 3,752 234
Expenditures Million yen 1,499 1,579 118
Other (e.g., activities that combine multiple categories) Number of activities -- 127 184 161
Number of participants Employees 3,080 3,502 4,019
Expenditures Million yen 113 174 203
Breakdown of activities by type
Community Investments B % 65.8 60.0 67.1
Charitable Donations 8.2 15.6 13.7
Commercial initiatives 26.0 24.5 19.2

*Expenses related to corporate citizenship include monetary donations, donation of goods, effective costs of opening facilities to the public, personnel costs of employee participation, and costs for implementing corporate citizenship programs (work outsourcing fees, transportation costs, etc.).