Policy and Framework

Our approach to Personnel

Business growth requires that each employee, as the core of the company, have creativity, a positive attitude, flexibility, enthusiasm, and a sense of responsibility. Tokyo Electron(TEL) Group seeks to be a corporation where a diverse range of employees can work to their full potential.

Personnel Policy

  1. Respect for Human Rights

    We respect the character and individuality of each person and strive to create work environments without any infringement of human rights.

  2. Diverse Workforce

    We strive to respect and understand differences in values arising from gender, nationality, age, race, creed, religion, and other attributes and to be a corporation where a diverse range of employees can work to their full potential.

  3. Human Resource Development

    We believe that each employee is the source of value creation and support the development of skills by employees.

  4. Employee Assessment and Treatment

    We provide opportunities to those employees with the enthusiasm for personal growth and engage in fair evaluation of skills and employee treatment so that employees with significant results can be rewarded.

  5. Occupational Safety and Health

    We place the highest priority on ensuring the safety and health of employees and maintain environments such that employees can work safely at our workplaces and local residents feel a sense of reassurance.

  6. Work-Life Balance

    We implement measures to enable employees to achieve a good work-life balance.

Framework

TEL maximizes its corporate value by maintaining an open and dynamic organization that enables all employees to apply their abilities to the fullest extent. TEL is also optimally structured to be flexible and respond quickly to any changes in the operating environment.

The HR (human resources) departments at the head office and in the various TEL companies work closely together on personnel issues, convening the Japan HR leaders meeting*1 every month and Global HR leaders meeting*2 twice a year. These meetings serve as the forum for sharing corporate missions, setting goals, communicating activities, and discussing key issues. Under this management framework, our HR departments identify risks from an organization-wide perspective and make sure appropriate measures are implemented throughout TEL.

*1 Japan HR leaders meeting: A meeting comprising the heads and principal managers of HR departments at Japanese Group companies
*2 Global HR leaders meeting: A meeting comprising the heads and principal managers of HR departments at worldwide Group companies

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