An office floor of Takeda Global Headquarters, Tokyo, Japan
We will continue to promote the reformation of work culture and strive to create a good working environment that can accommodate the needs of all employees and maximize their potential.
We are committed to facilitating closer connections and collaboration between all members of our diverse workforce, and see the variety of backgrounds and perspectives as key for the creation of innovative ideas, which will in turn accelerate our transformation into a leading global biopharmaceutical company, enabling us to continue to contribute to bringing better health and a brighter future to people worldwide.
*1 “Jisa Biz” aims to ease train congestion in Tokyo by staggering commute times, and will be in place from July 9th (Monday) to August 10th (Friday) For details, see https://jisa-biz.tokyo/ (Japanese language only)
*2 The Ministry of Internal Affairs; the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare; the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry; the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport; the Cabinet Secretariat; and the Cabinet Office are partnering with Tokyo Metropolitan Government and related organizations to develop a national movement for the reform of working practices. The 24th of July, which corresponds with the date of the opening ceremony for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, will be designated “Telework Day”, as will two or more additional days between July 23rd (Monday) and July 27th (Friday), 2018 depending on the circumstances of each company or organization. For details, see https://teleworkdays.jp/ (Japanese language only)
Reference: The major initiatives that Takeda in Japan has introduced to promote diversity in work and vacation practices so far (as of July 2018)
Phase 1 Promotion of Women's advancement via HR system expansion (up to 2010)
Phase 2 Promotion of life-work balance and expansion of support (2011 – 2013)
Phase 3 Promotion of Diversity & Inclusion (2014 – Present)