Certified as White 500 for Excellent Health & Productivity Management
Under the Excellent Health and Productivity Management Organization Recognition Program, a certificate is jointly awarded by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the Nippon Kenko Kaigi to corporations that practice excellent health and productivity management. On March 9, 2022, CTC was certified in the large enterprise category (White 500) for the sixth consecutive year in recognition of its "health management" initiatives, which take a managerial perspective in managing employee health.
7th NIKKEI Smart Work Management Survey
CTC earned a 4-star rating in the 7th Nikkei Smart Work Management Survey, which selects leading companies that are taking on the challenge of revolutionizing productivity through workstyle reforms. The survey has been conducted by Nikkei Inc. since 2017 for listed companies and leading unlisted companies throughout Japan. This survey defines efforts to maximize organizational performance based on the following three elements as "Smart Work Management": realization of diverse and flexible work styles, systems to create new businesses etc., and capability to develop new markets, and assesses these companies on a 5-star scale.
“Kurumin” certification for nurturing future generations
The “Kurumin” is a symbol mark for companies supporting child-raring and is given by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW) to recognize their efforts and track records in nurturing future generations through their action plans (general business owner action plans) based on the Law for Measures to Support the Development of the Next Generation, which was enacted in April 2005. CTC was awarded the "Kurumin" certification mark on April 26, 2007.
CTC will continue to enhance its activities and promote them with the aim of becoming a rewarding and attractive company to work for.
“Eruboshi Certification” based on the Act on Promotion of Women’s Participation and Advancement in the Workplace
The Eruboshi Certification is based on “the Act on Promotion of Female Participation and Advancement in the Workplace” and is awarded to companies that meet certain standards and have excellent conditions for empowering women in the workplace. The evaluation for certification is conducted based on a 3-level scale according to the number of items that satisfy the five criteria (recruitment, continuous employment, working hours and other working styles, percentage of female managers and diverse career paths) specified by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, and its Minister awards the certification to qualified companies. CTC satisfied all items to be evaluated and obtained the third level of accreditation, the highest level, as of September 1, 2017.
Tokyo Sports Promotion Company
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government selects and certifies companies that promote sports activities by their employees and social contribution activities in the field of sports as Tokyo Sports Promotion Companies. CTC obtained its 8th certification on December 1, 2022 in recognition of its efforts to promote participation as volunteers in sporting events for the purpose of reconstruction assistance in disaster-hit areas and encourage its employees to use their volunteer leave programs and financial assistances for such activities.
Sports Yell Company
CTC’s efforts to encourage the use of holiday leave and fund-ing for participation in sports events that support disaster-affected areas, and its support for company sports clubs have been recognized for two con-secutive years.
Good Career Company Award
Japan's Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare presents "Good Career Company Awards" each year to companies that actively support the career development of employees. In fiscal 2019, CTC received a Grand Prize in the awards in recognition of its systems to support the independent and autonomous career development of employees according to each individual's abilities, aptitude, and willpower.
Japan HR Challenge Awards (Prize for Excellence, Human Resource Development Category)
In fiscal 2019, CTC received a Prize for Excellence in the Human Resources Development Category at the "9th Japan HR Challenge Awards." This award recognizes companies that actively engage in outstanding new initiatives in the human resource field. CTC was awarded for the first time for its results and attitudes in encouraging the empowerment of women in their career advancement.