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ESG Data

Last Updated:January 27, 2022

Social Performance

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Indicators FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020
Number of employees Male   2,081 2,102 2,123 2,080
Managers 902 939 935 908
Regular employees 1,179 1,163 1,188 1,172
Female   308 334 352 357
Managers 30 37 40 39
Regular employees 278 297 312 318
Total   2,389 2,436 2,475 2,437
Managers 932 976 975 947
Regular employees 1,457 1,460 1,500 1,490
Number of group employees Male   5,449 5,501 5,560 5,538
Managers 2,191 2,234 2,248 2,180
Regular employees 3,258 3,267 3,312 3,358
Female   1,904 2,134 2,191 2,342
Managers 185 198 205 216
Regular employees 1,719 1,936 1,986 2,126
Total   7,353 7,635 7,751 7,880
Managers 2,376 2,432 2,453 2,396
Regular employees 4,977 5,203 5,298 5,484
Percentage of employees by age Up to 29 years old 27.9 27.1 26.1 26.3
30 to 39 years old 23.2 24.7 25.3 25.7
40 to 49 years old 16.2 14.1 14.1 14.9
50 to 59 years old 23.7 24.6 24.9 24.6
60 years old and above 9.0 9.5 9.6 8.5
Percentage of female employees (%)*1 Haseko Group 25.9 28 28.3 29.7
Haseko Corporation 12.7 13.9 14.3 14.6
Total number of newly hired employees Haseko Group   647 618 584 541
Male 347 348 331 317
Female 300 270 253 224
Haseko Corporation   129 122 130 153
Male 94 87 107 114
Female 35 35 23 39
Percentage of women employees in new hires (%) Haseko Group 46.4 43.7 43.3 41.4
Haseko Corporation 27.1 28.7 17.7 25.5
Number of new graduates hired Haseko Group   327 310 302 319
Male 196 189 211 207
Female 131 121 91 112
Haseko Corporation   113 103 108 125
Male 83 71 85 90
Female 30 32 23 35
Percentage of women among new graduates hired (%) Haseko Group 40.1 39.0 30.1 35.1
Haseko Corporation 26.5 31.0 21.3 28.0
Percentage of female managers (%)*1 Haseko Group 7.8 8.1 8.4 9.0
Haseko Corporation 3.1 3.7 4.0 4.1
Percentage of disabled persons employed (%) 2.04 2.06 2.06 1.99
Percentage of temporary staff among all personnel (%) 24.8 25.5 23.9 22.7
Average number of years of service of employees Total   17.1 17.1 17.3 17.0
Male 18.3 18.4 18.4 18.2
Female 9.1 9.6 10.5 10.1
Annual turnover ratio of full-time (%) Haseko Group 4.9 4.7 5.1 4.1
Haseko Corporation 2.0 2.2 2.2 1.4
Percentage of annual paid holidays taken (%) Haseko Group 62.7 65.8 72.6 71.4
Haseko Corporation 61.5 63.7 67.9 64.7
Percentage of parental leave taken (%) Male 1.4 0.4 4.5 6.8
Female 100 100 100 100
Percentage of employees returning to work after taking maternity/parental leave (%) 100 100 100 100
Number of employees taking nursing care leave 1 2 3 0
Number of reemployed persons*1 Haseko Group 105 139 174 189
Haseko Corporation 23 50 58 80
Number of disasters involving deaths/serious accidents Haseko Group 0 0 0 0
Employees of business partners 1 1 0 0
Frequency rate of occupational accidents Four or more days of absence from work 0.41 0.34 0.35 0.52
One or more days of absence from work 0.78 0.56 0.63 0.72
Severity rate of occupational accidents 0.24 0.01 0.01 0.01
Total working hours per person (hours) 2,163 2,236 2,242 2,203
Education and training expenses for human resources development (million yen) 113 125 127 124
Hours spent on education and training for human resources development (hours) 104,879 110,291 116,460 121,045
Percentage of employees undergoing health checks (%) 100 99 99 99
Percentage of employees undergoing PET-CT examination (%) - 85 83 82
Amount of expenditure for social contribution activities (million yen) 60 156 367 87
Total number of persons engaged in philanthropic activities 1,182 1,401 2,095 704
Number of matters pointed out by external examination regarding ISO9001 0 0 0 0

* "Haseko Group" means Haseko Corporation and its affiliates and subsidiaries (including overseas). Figures without descriptions are those for Haseko Corporation.
*1 From 2017 to 2019, the figures as of April 1 are calculated.

Governance Performance

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Indicators FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020
Institutional design Company with corporate auditors
Number of Directors Male 12 12 12 12
Female 1 1 1 1
Number of independent Outside Directors Male 4 4 4 4
Female 1 1 1 1
Term of office of Directors (years) *2 2 2 1 1
Attendance rate at Board of Directors’ meetings (%) 100 100 99 99
Number of Corporate Auditors Male 5 5 5 5
Female 0 0 0 0
Number of independent Outside Corporate Auditors Male 3 3 3 3
Female 0 0 0 0
Term of office of Corporate Auditors (years) 4 4 4 4
Attendance rate at Board of Auditors’ meetings (%) 100 100 100 98
Number of members of Nomination and Remuneration Committee
* Established in December 2018
Inside Directors - 2 2 2
Outside Directors - 5 5 5
Attendance rate at Nomination and Remuneration Committee's meetings (%) - 100 100 100
Base salary, incentives, remuneration track record, etc. Corporate Governance
Shareholders’ rights: voting rights restriction None None None None
Anti-takeover measures installation None None None None
Number of Financial Auditors 2 3 3 3
Unqualified opinions/notes on going-concern assumption in accounting audits None None None None
BCP training participation rate (%) 100 100 99 100
Compliance training participation rate (%) 100 100 100 100

*2 The term of office of Directors was changed to one year at the General Meeting of Shareholders held in June 2019.

Environmental Performance

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Indicators FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020
Scope 1 (tons-CO2) Direct emissions (e.g., fuel use) 30,374 31,317 32,604 38,596
Scope 2 (tons-CO2) Indirect emissions (e.g., electricity use) 5,334 5,929 6,306 21,786
Scope 3 (tons-CO2) Supply chain emissions 1,391 1,792 1,850 5,495,690
Category 1: Purchased goods and services - - - 1,839,955
Category 2: Capital goods - - - 55,398
Category 3: Fuel- and energy-related activities - - - 10,107
Category 4: Upstream transport and delivery - - - 31,331
Category 5: Waste generated in operations 695 1,099 1,146 176,749
Category 6: Business travel 44 37 37 287
Category 7: Employee commuting 652 656 667 1,775
Category 8: Leased assets (upstream) - - - -
Category 9: Downstream transportation and delivery - - - -
Category 10: Processing of sold products - - - -
Category 11: Use of sold products - - - 3,283,284
Category 12: End-of-life treatment of sold products - - - 69,946
Category 13: Downstream leased assets - - - 26,858
Category 14: Franchises - - - -
Category 15: Investments - - - -
CO2 emissions calculation program
(Comparison with standard value under the Act on the Improvement of Energy Consumption Performance of Buildings)
CO2 reduction volume (tons-CO2/year) 7,057 6,870 5,288 5,415
CO2 reduction rate (%) 11.1 11.6 11.1 12,0
Number of ABINC-certified properties (designed/constructed properties)
6 2 1 3
Number of ZEH-verified condominium projects - 1 3 3
Crude oil equivalent energy usage (kℓ) Construction activities (electricity, light oil, kerosene, heavy oil) *3 14,104 15,064 15,750 15,990
Office activities (electricity) *4 1,633 1,643 1,814 1,992
Water usage (thousand cubic meters) Water intake 363 379 435 408
Effluents 283 323 333 20,947
Volume of waste generated and discharged Construction activities (thousand tons) *3 538.3 565.5 666.9 616.8
Office activities (tons) *4 57.0 44.3 43.7 38.4
Volume of recycled waste (thousand tons) Construction activities *3 532.7 538.8 660.6 608.1
Recycling rate (%) Construction activities *3 99.0 95.3 99.0 98.6
Paper usage (ten thousand sheets) Office activities *4 1,841 1,778 1,791 1,134
Environmental conservation cost (million yen) Environmental accounting
Costs for research and technological development related to environment-related technologies (million yen) 95 108 205 187
Percentage of environment-conscious design proposals adopted per property (%) 97.9 98.0 97.9 98.3
Number of matters pointed out regarding ISO14001 0 0 0 0

*3 Construction activities
FY2017: Completed works at 121 worksites (new building works: 90, demolition works: 31)
FY2018: Completed works at 159 worksites (new building works: 131, demolition works: 28)
FY2019: Completed works at 122 worksites (new building works: 105, demolition works: 17)*Office activities (Some figures resulted from offices other than those of Haseko Corporation are included in "Office activities".)
FY2020: Completed works at 124 worksites (new building works: 105, demolition works: 19)*Office activities (Some figures resulted from offices other than those of Haseko Corporation are included in "Office activities".)
*4 Office activities (Some figures resulted from offices other than those of Haseko Corporation are included in "Office activities".) FY2017: Shiba Head Office Building/Osaka Hiranomachi Building/Yokohama Branch/Saitama Branch/Nagoya Branch/Kyoto Branch
FY2018: Shiba Head Office Building/Osaka Hiranomachi Building/Yokohama Branch/ Nagoya Branch/Kyoto Branch * Saitama Branch was excluded due to reorganization.
FY2019: Shiba Head Office Building/Osaka Hiranomachi Building/Yokohama Branch/Nagoya Branch/Kyoto Branch/Haseko Technical Center
FY2020: Shiba Head Office Building/Osaka Hiranomachi Building/Yokohama Branch/Nagoya Branch/Kyoto Branch/Haseko Technical Center

Calculation method and boundary of CO2 emissions (Scope 1-3) (FY2020)

Calculation standard

Calculated according to GHG Protocol, an international accounting and reporting standard.

Boundary

Haseko Corporation and its 26 main consolidated subsidiaries (*) (27 companies in total) are included in calculations.
*Fujikensetsu, Hasec, Foris, Hosoda , Haseko Real Estate Development Holdings, Haseko Real Estate Development, Sohgoh Real Estate, Haseko Anesis, Haseko Reform, Haseko Livenet, Haseko Business Proxy, Haseko Urbest, Haseko Real Estate, Haseko Intech, Haseko Systems, Haseko Property Management Holdings, Haseko Community, Haseko Community Kyusyu, Haseko Community Nishinihon, Haseko Community Okinawa, Joint Property, Haseko Senior Holdings, Century Life, Seikatsu Kagaku Un-Ei, Furusato, HASEKO America

Overview of the calculation method

Basically, electricity and fuel usage and activity data are multiplied by the emission coefficient (emission intensity) announced by entities such as the Ministry of the Environment.
Actual figures for FY2020 are based on a different boundary and method of calculation from FY2019 and earlier.

Medium-term Business Plan
(from April 1, 2020 to March 31,2025)