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Human Resource Development and Support for Employees’ Success

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Human Resource Development Policy

Mitsui Kinzoku Group develops human resources based on Human Resource Development Policy who resolve social problems and achieve value creation through our business.

Human Resource Development Policy

[Philosophy]

We recognize that our associates are the most important assets for sustainable growth. We established “Desirable Behaviors” and continuously and systematically develop human resources, bringing out each associate's potential to achieve "strong manufacturing ability" of Mitsui Kinzoku.

[Policies]

  1. We strive to make an engaged workplace and establish a corporate culture that allows our associates to grow together through good communication.
  2. Each associate aims at being “Desirable Behaviors” and actively develop her or his skills.
  3. We implement on-the-job training and job rotation to foster professional skills and provide job opportunities for each associate to exercise individual strengths.
  4. We fairly evaluate each associate’s skills and performance.
  5. We provide appropriate and timely training programs, improving the programs based on regular review of them.

This policies apply to all sites of the Mitsui Kinzoku Group worldwide. 

Development and Training System

Mitsui Kinzoku places importance on human resource development through on-the-job training. We select instructors to support OJT and provide regular training for them to ensure an effective and efficient OJT. In addition, we have a variety of training programs to support the success of our employees, such as off-the-job training to supplement OJT, rank-based training to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for each career stage, training to improve expertise, and training to support self-sustaining career development.

Development and Training System

Management by Objectives and Performance

Under the management by objectives system, each employee prepares annual objectives each year, describing their objectives, expected results and process of their execution. At the beginning of each fiscal year, employees communicate with their supervisors to clarify their roles, understand organizational goals, and raise their awareness for participation. In addition, an interim interview is held in October to follow up on the progress of the objectives, and a development interview is held in April after the end of the fiscal year, in which the employees self-evaluate the degree of achievement of the objectives for the year and receive evaluation and feedback from their supervisors.
In addition to the evaluation of the above-mentioned objectives, the personnel evaluation system fairly evaluates the abilities and job behavior demonstrated through their work, and the results are reflected in salary increases, promotions, and year-end allowances.

Internal Public Recruitment System and Self-statement System

We have introduced an internal recruitment system in order to promote motivated employees and make vibrant organization. Open positions are posted on the intranet, and employees who meet the requirements for open positions can apply on their own initiative without approval from their supervisors.
In addition, with the aim of creating a development plan that meets the wishes of each employee and providing opportunities for them to play an active role that matches their aptitudes, employees are asked to self-report their skills and techniques, their desired future position, their intention to transfer, and what they would like to convey to the company. This information is used as basic data for future career development and appropriate placement of human resources.

Career Development Training

Mitsui Kinzoku encourages its employees to learn autonomously, improve their abilities and skills, and play to their strengths through its human resource development system. We also support employees in their continuous efforts to achieve the future they aspire to. To support this, "career development training" has been provided for each age group since fiscal 2020.

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