ESG indicators selected by the Japanese Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF)
FTSE Blossom Japan Index
CTC was selected for the FTSE Blossom Japan Index, a stock market index developed by FTSE Russell, a wholly owned subsidiary of the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG), consisting of Japanese companies that demonstrate strong ESG practices.
MSCI Japan Empowering Women Index (WIN)*
CTC was selected for the MSCI Japan Empowering Women Index (WIN), a stock market index developed by MSCI Inc., the largest ESG research company in the world, consisting of Japanese companies in the MSCI Japan IMI Top 500 Index that exhibit a commitment toward promoting and maintaining a high level of gender iversity among their workforce.
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FTSE4Good Index Series
CTC was selected for inclusion in the FTSE4Good Index Series, a series of stock market indices for ESG investors developed by FTSE Russell, consisting of global companies demonstrat-ing strong ESG practices.
ISS-oekom Corporate Rating
CTC’s information security and environmental manage-ment practices have been rated as “Prime Status” by ISS-oekom, one of the world’s leading sustainability rating institutions.
Member of SNAM Sustainability Index
CTC was selected for inclusion in the SNAM Sustainability Index, a stock market index developed by Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Asset Management Co., Ltd. based on ESG evaluation conducted by research companies and a proprietary equity valuation method (fundamental value).
JPX-Nikkei Index 400
CTC was selected for inclusion in the JPX Nikkei Index 400, a stock market index developed by the Japan Exchange Group and Nikkei Inc. composed of 400 companies with high appeal for investors and which meet requirements of global investment standards, such as efficient use of capital and investor-focused management perspectives.
Competitive IT Strategy Company StockSelection program
Under the Competitive ITStrategy Company StockSelection program, the Ministryof Economy, Trade andIndustry (METI) and the TokyoStock Exchange (TSE) jointlyselect companies that create new value and implementmanagement innovation and proactivelyleverage IT to improve productivity. CTC has beenselected for three consecutive years for its use ofleading-edge digital technology to increase productivityand its efforts to nurture human resources.
White 500/Health & Productivity Outstanding Entities Recognition program
In this program, METI recog-nizes large enterprises con-
ducting excellent health and productivity management. Certified in the large enterprise category (dubbed the “White 500”), CTC was selected as a member for , recognizing its efforts in health management by managing the health of employees from a business standpoint.
Nikkei Smart Work
This project aims to promote growth in the Japanese econ-omy by improving the productivity of cor-porations through the introduction of leading-edge technologies, innova-tion, and work-style reforms achieved through restructuring. CTC was selected as a leading-edge corporation for its efforts to improve productivity through work-style reforms and received a 4-star rating in the second Nikkei Smart Work survey.
Semi-Nadeshiko brands are listed cor-porations selected by
METI and the TSE as enterprises that are outstanding in terms of encouraging the empowerment of women in the workplace. CTC was selected for the first time in fiscal 2018 for its efforts in the areas of hiring and support for the career advancement of women, work style, and integration of child-rearing and nursing care.
“Kurumin” certification for nurturing future generations
CTC was recognized by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW) as a “company that supports child-rearing.” CTC has received certification under the Law for Measures to Support the Development of the Next Generation, which was enacted in . The certification recognizes our efforts and track record in nurturing future generations through our action plans (gen-eral business owner action plans).
“Eruboshi,” a symbol of certification based on the Act on Promotion of Women’s Participation and Advancement in the Workplace
CTC received the highest rank, being highly rated in all five criteria (hiring, continuous employment, work styles such as working hours, percentage of managers, and various career courses) provided by the MHLW, based on the Act on Promotion of Women’s Participation and Advancement in the Workplace.
Certification as Tokyo Sports Promotion Corporation
CTC has been recognized by the Tokyo metropolitan gov-ernment for four consecutive years as a company that demonstrates excellence in its efforts to promote the sports activities of its employees and in its support of sports.
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.