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Systems Promoting Work-Life Balance

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System Description
Leave programs Paid vacation days Paid leave that can be taken regardless of reason. Employees who have worked continuously for the company for one year or more are entitled to 20 days per year.
Employees who have worked for the company less than one year are entitled to 13 days
Special leave Leave that can only be taken due to specified reasons
Reasons:
Marriage, bereavement, summer leave, childbirth, childcare time, menstrual leave, transport restrictions, loss of home due to a natural disaster, etc.
Life planning vacation Up to three days of unused paid vacation days, which become invalid at the end of each fiscal year, can be accumulated for use as a life planning vacation.
Sick leave Leave that can be taken if an employee is injured or falls ill.
Childbirth and Childcare Mitigation of commuting during pregnancy Paid program that exempts pregnant employees from working at the start or end of the workday for up to 60 minutes per day
Measure related to health examinations, etc., during and after pregnancy Paid program that exempts employees from working to attend health guidance or a health examination during pregnancy or within a year after pregnancy
Maternity leave (Special leave) Six-week paid leave before childbirth (14 weeks for multiple pregnancies) and eight-week paid leave after childbirth
Reengagement of former employees who left for childcare Program for rehiring former employees who left to care for a child, within a certain period of time since leaving the Company
Childcare leave Program that enables employees with a child under three years old to take non-paid leave for childcare
Shortened working hours for childcare Program that offers shortened working hours for employees with a child below the third grade of elementary school (options: four-hour, five-hour and six-hour workdays)
Shifted working hours for childcare Program that offers individualized shifts (moving up or moving down the starting/ending hours of the workday) to secure time for dropping off and picking up children from daycare centers up to the end of elementary school
Limits on overtime or overnight work Program that limits overtime, etc., for employees who need to care for a child below the third grade of elementary school
Nursing Care Nursing care leave Program that enables employees to take non-paid leave to look after a family member in need of nursing care
Shortened working hours for nursing care Program that offers shortened working hours for employees with a family member in need of nursing care (options: four-hour, five-hour and six-hour workdays)
Shifted working hours for nursing care Program that offers individualized shifts (moving up or moving down the starting/ending hours of the workday) to secure time for nursing family members
Limits on overtime or overnight work Program that limits overtime, etc., for employees who need to care for a family member

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System Description
Systems related to working Shifted working hours Program that enables an individual to change the starting or ending hours of the workday to secure time for child or nursing care
Flex time Flextime system: Employees work during standard core times (10:00-15:00, specific times can be set by each organization) and flexibly outside of these times (7:00-22:00)
Super Flextime system: Employees work flexibly between 7:00-22:00 (minimum unit: 3 hours)
Remote work Program that allows an employee to temporarily work at a location other than their regular worksite as a means of supporting work-life balance, encouraging independence and creativity, or increasing productivity
Rehiring program Program that enables employees who quit due to childcare, nursing care, or the relocation of their partner to apply to be rehired after they quit