Brother Group's CSR in Figures
The below tables show main figures associated with the Brother Group's CSR.
The Brother Group Global Charter
|The Brother Group Global Charter||Established in 1999|
|Number of available languages||27 languages||28 languages|
|Number of dialogues between top management and employees||More than 2,500 times||More than 3,000 times|
For other information, please see "To Be Trusted by All Stakeholders."
|Number of directors||11 directors (including 5 outside directors)*1||11 directors (including 5 outside directors)*2|
|Percentage of female directors on the board||9.1% (1 director)*1||9.1% (1 director)*2|
|Number of statutory auditors||5 auditors (including 3 outside auditors)*1||5 auditors (including 3 outside auditors)*2|
|Number of directors, statutory auditors and executive officers||32 officers in total (including 2 female officers, 0 non-Japanese officers)*1||34 officers in total (including 2 female officers, 2 non-Japanese officers)*2|
|The Brother Group Principles of Social Responsibility||Established in 2012|
|Global internal audit meeting||Started in 2010|
|Group Information Management Regulation||Established in 2015 (The information management regulation of Brother Industries, Ltd. was established in 2008.)|
- As of June 24, 2019
- As of June 24, 2020
For other information, please see "Corporate Governance."
|Manufacturing facilities and sales facilities||In more than 40 countries and regions||In more than 40 countries and regions|
|Basic Product Safety Policies||Established in 2008|
|Sales revenue||Consolidated: 683,972 million yen||Consolidated: 637,259 million yen|
|Sales revenue by region||Japan||18.2%||19.2%|
|Asia & Others||24.9%||22.1%|
For other information, please see "With Customers."
Employees (Brother Industries, Ltd.)
|Number of employees||3,865 (Male:3,081 / Female:784)*1||3,800 (Male:3,026 / Female:774)*2|
|Percentage of female employees in total workforce||20.3%*1||20.4%*2|
|Average years employed by the company||17.1 (Male:17.2 / Female:16.8)*1||17.2 (Male:17.2 / Female:17.2)*2|
|Percentage difference in average employment years for female to male employees||-2.3%*1||0.0%*2|
|Total number of employees in senior management||853 (Male:819 / Female:34)*1||839 (Male:804 / Female:35)*2|
|Percentage of female in senior management||3.99%*1||4.17%*2|
|Total number of newly hired employees||83 (Male:64 / Female:19)*3||81 (Male:66 / Female:15)*4|
|Percentage of female employees in new hires||22.9%*3||18.5%*4|
|Percentage of employees that are contractors or temporary staff||12.6%||17.0%|
|Voluntary turnover rates / Number of employees leaving*5||1.4% / 54||1.3% / 50|
|Employment rate of persons with disabilities||2.18% (including 13 Brother Group companies in Japan*6 2.04%)||2.03% (including 13 Brother Group companies in Japan*6 2.11%)|
|Number of employees on childcare leave*7||73 (Male:35 / Female:38)||74 (Male:41 / Female:33)|
|Percentage of employees on childcare leave||Male:24.1% / Female:100.0%||Male:32.8% / Female:100.0%|
|Number of employees on family-care leave*7||5 (Male:1 / Female:4)||3 (Male:2 / Female:1)|
|Number of employees using the short-time working system for childcare||177 (Male:9 / Female:168)||176 (Male:7 / Female:169)|
|Number of employees using the short-time working system for family-care||3 (Male:0 / Female:3)||6 (Male:1 / Female:5)|
|Number of employees on nursing care leave||33 (Male:7 / Female:26)||28 (Male:7 / Female:21)|
|Number of employees using the homeworking system*8||78 (Male:7 / Female:71)||226 (Male:111 / Female:115)|
|The Brother Group Health & Productivity Management Philosophy||Established in 2016|
|Number of occupational injuries reported at manufacturing facilities||20||14|
|Yearly incident rate ((number of incidents/number of employees) x 1,000) at manufacturing facilities||0.77||0.57|
|Brother Safety and Prevention Convention||Held every year since 2008|
- As of March 31, 2019
- As of March 31, 2020
- As of June 30, 2019
- As of June 30, 2020
- Employees who resigned for personal reasons
- BROTHER INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION,BROTHER SALES, LTD.,BROTHER ENTERPRISE, LTD.,BROTHER LOGITEC LTD.,XING INC.,STANDARD CORP.,TEICHIKU ENTERTAINMENT, INC. ,NISSEI CORPORATION,BROTHER REAL ESTATE, LTD.,BROTHER LIVING SERVICE CO., LTD.,BETOP STAFF, LTD.,BROTHER INDUSTRIAL PRINTING (JAPAN), LTD.
- Number of employees who took leave in the respective year
- Excluding individuals that implement COVID-19 measures
For other information, please see "With Employees."
|Procurement Policy and CSR Procurement Standards||Established in 2008|
|Green Procurement||Started in 2001|
|Supplier meeting||Participated in by approximately 372 companies and 670 individuals in total||Participated in by approximately 460 companies and 900 individuals in total|
|CSR questionnaire||Conducted every three years since 2012|
For other information, please see "With Business Partners."
|Financial results briefing||Held four times a year||Held four times a year|
|Shareholder newsletter||Issued twice a year (The full-year newsletter is integrated with the convocation notice of a general shareholders' meeting, and the second-quarter newsletter is published only in Japanese.)||Issued twice a year (The full-year newsletter is integrated with the convocation notice of a general shareholders' meeting, and the second-quarter newsletter is published only in Japanese.)|
|FTSE4Good Index Series||Included since June 2020|
|FTSE Blossom Japan Index||Included since June 2020|
|MSCI Japan Empowering Women (WIN) Select Index||Included since November 2019|
|SOMPO Sustainability Index||Included since 2012|
|Health & Productivity Stock Selection Program||Recognized in 2017, 2019, 2020 and 2021|
|Certified Health & Productivity Management Outstanding Organization||Certified since 2017|
- For Brother's financial results, please see "Financial Information" in "Investor Relations."
For other information, please see "With Shareholders."
|Tokai Young Entrepreneur Seminar||Supported by Brother Industries, Ltd. since 2008|
|Employees' participation in the Golden Ring Project||At 20 facilities||At 23 facilities|
|Amount of donations to registered not-for-profit organizations (Brother Industries, Ltd.)||8,229,163 yen||10,699,112 yen|
|Number of employees who participated in the Kizuna Fund and amount of donations to the Kizuna Fund||278 employees and 2,506,607 yen||152 employees and 5,050,216 yen|
|Target and achievement of number of pro bono participants (Brother Industries, Ltd.)||Target: 3 employees/Achievement: 3 employees||Target: 3 employees/Achievement: 3 employees|
For other information, please see "With Local Communities."