Chubu Electric Power Group Report 2021(Integrated Report)
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Including those working at our special subsidiary Chuden Wing Co., Ltd. (established in 2001), about 350 challenged employees are working in our Group in various elds (as of June 2021). Since its establishment, Chuden Wing has been involved in printing services, sales of novelty products, gardening work, and the like. In order to create more employment opportunities for men-tally and intellectually challenged people, Chuden Wing engages in new businesses, such as clerical assistance work, cleaning work, and training assistance work. From FY2019, we commenced the pilot production for the commercialization of the hydroponic-cultivation of strawberries. In FY2020, we have developed new business elds including starting a coffee shop.Promoting employment of the challengedChubu Electric Power, Chubu Electric Power Grid, and Chubu Electric Power Miraiz established the Companywide Human Rights Education Committee to plan and carry out educational activities regarding human rights every year. To ensure the respect of human rights within the entire group, the Chubu Electric Power Group human rights education liaison meeting attended by the department managers of group com-panies was held in March 2021. External lecturers were invited, and participants shared the educational activities of the group companies.We set new goals for FY2020 to further promote diversity.Targets (FY2025): • Number of female managers: More than triple from FY2014• Male employee childcare leave rate: Leave-taking rate of 30% or moreTo achieve these goals, we have established a career development training scheme for people of specic ages and in specic positions and for employees in the phases of their lives where they are raising children, a child-raising/caregiving leave system, and a family support leave system that employees can use when any family member is sick/injured. In January 2020, the Chubu Electric Power Group announced the Chubu Electric Power Group Basic Human Rights Policy based on international human rights norms to realize a society in which all human rights are respected. Based on the Basic Policy, we will continue to implement various measures that willmaximize the abilities of diverse human resources and enhance our corporate value.Activities for human rights education and awarenessDiversity promotion goalsChubu Electric Power Group Basic Human Rights PolicyThe Chubu Electric Power Group respects and supports the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights norms.1. Respect for human rightsWe respect the human rights of all people engaged in business activities, and we refuse to be involved in any human rights violations.2. Prohibition on discrimination and harassmentWe do not discriminate or engage in harassment on the basis of race, nationality, origin, creed, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, social status, lineage, disability, or other distinctions in any aspect of our business activities.3. Respect for basic labor rightsWe respect the freedom of employees to associate and their right to engage in collective bargain-ing. In addition, we do not engage in forced labor or child labor in any form.4. Promotion of diversityWe make use of a diverse workforce and provide opportunities for our employees to fully demon-strate their capabilities.5. Human rights education and awarenessWe provide systematic and continuing education and opportunities to learn about human rights so that our employees may develop a correct understanding and greater awareness.Respect for Human Rights and Promoting Diversity72Chubu Electric Power Group Report 2021Top CommitmentValue CreationClimate ChangeStrategyBusiness ActivitiesGovernanceHuman ResourcesFinancial / Corporate Data

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