Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

About Insource

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When was the Company founded?

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Insource was founded on November 8, 2002 and has launched business since January 2003.

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Where did the Company name come from?

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We named the company after the antonym of "outsource".

Today, an increasing number of Japanese organizations have been forced to downsize their workforce to turn business around, and a growing number of Japanese workers are thinking about career change. Consequently, more and more domestic organizations are outsourcing their business processes by replacing permanent employees with temporary ones or contractors.

Excessive outsourcing, however, can have a negative effect on internal human resource development of diverse and talented workforce, thereby hamper business growth and development.

Our mission is to assist our clients in "insourcing" their operations to maximize their accumulated know-how, share it with their employees and revitalize their organizations. That is why we named our company Insource.

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What are the Company philosophy and management policies?

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Our company philosophy is as follows:

  • ・We will create a society where everyone can find fulfillment in their careers.

Management policies are as follows:

  • ・We will provide services to meet social needs ahead of the competition.
  • ・We will provide services best tailored to each and every people.
  • ・We will seek reasonability by fully utilizing human resources and information technologies.
  • ・We will create a diverse society where everyone can fully exercise their talents, abilities and skills.

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Philosophy

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How much capital does the Company have?

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800,623,150 yen.

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Who represents the Company?

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Takayuki Funahashi, Representative Director and CEO, represents the Company.

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How is the board of directors organized?

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The board of directors consists of six directors (one outside director included), three auditors (two outside auditors included) and 13 executive officers.

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Company Information

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How many affiliated companies does the Company own, and what do they do?

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We own Mitemo Co., Ltd, Rashiku Corporation, MIRAISOUZOU & COMPANY, Inc, Insource Digital Academy Cooperation , and Double Work Management Co., Ltd .

  • Mitemo Co., Ltd

    Mitemo provides a unique cloud-based e-learning service, "STUDIO" and assists clients in training their staff, familiarizing their staff with their policies, and conducting PR activities.

  • Rashiku Corporation

    Rashiku Corporation provides organizational consulting services using assessment tools and offers personality traits tests. By implementing Rashiku's personality traits tests, organizations can easily find their talented employees to meet their needs.

  • MIRAISOUZOU & COMPANY

    MIRAISOUZOU & COMPANY provides on-site trainings, including special trainings for selected members of major companies.

  • Insource Digital Academy Corporation

    Insource Digital Academy Cooperation provides support to implement advanced technology such as AI and RPA, IT trainings to develop staff's skills and IT classes (so-called IT School) for children.

  • Double Work Management Co., Ltd

    Double Work Management is a part-time staffing agency, which sends temporary staff (mainly homemakers and people with regular employment) to companies and organizations.

Business activities

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What does the Company do?

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Our major business is to provide training programs for employed adults. We offer various services to assist our clients in creating a work environment where their employees can find fulfillment in their careers.

We have organized trainings 23,988 times on average a year*. All trainings are best tailored to individual needs by job function and skill. Furthermore, the trainings include various collaborative and hands-on activities so that participants can immediately apply what they have learned to their everyday work. As for employed adults, we offer two trainings largely; On-Site Trainings and Open Seminars.

*From April 2018 to March 2019

In addition to the training business, we provide a broad range of services to assist our clients in:

  • ・Developing their human resource strategies by offering e-learning courses, recruitment assistance service, "Rashiku", IT solutions;
  • ・Improving business management skills by familiarizing their employees with their company policies;
  • ・Improving the safety and health of their employees.

We also provide consulting services for local governments and public administrations.

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Business activities

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What is the difference between On-Site Trainings and Open Seminars?

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On-Site Trainings:

We call our tailor-made trainings "On-Site Training". We send our trainers to organizations nationwide to conduct On-Site Trainings. By customizing over 2,821 in-house developed contents, we plan and conduct trainings that best meet clients'needs and expectations.

Open Seminars:

We offer different training packages, which are held in our classrooms at 40 venues nationwide. We call these packages "Open Seminars", which allow only one person in an organization to attend. Customers can choose the most suitable ones that meet their needs from over 2,589 training packages.

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What is the IT Service Business doing?

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We offer HR support platform, Leaf.

Leaf was developed to simplify schedule management just by clicking buttons, which can reduce work hours by up to 90%.

Leaf also has a unique feature that enables users to check individual's stress levels without browsing their personal information. This feature is being applied for patent (Japanese Unexamined Patent Application Publication No.: 2017-097772).

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Accounting periods, Financial results briefings & Performance

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When does the Company's fiscal year end?

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Our fiscal year ends on September 30 of each calendar year.

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How do I know the latest financial results?

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IR News

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How do I know the changes in financial performance?

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Financial Performance Data

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When are the financial statements issued?

When is the financial results briefing held?

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IR Calendar

Stock Information & General Shareholders Meeting

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When was the Company listed?

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The Company was listed on the Mothers of the Tokyo Stock Exchange on July 21, 2016, and is listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange on July 21, 2017.

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Where is the Company listed?

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The company is listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

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What is the securities code?

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The securities code is 6200.

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What is the minimum stock trading unit?

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The minimum trading unit is 100 shares.

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When are the record dates for dividend payments?

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The record date is September 30 for year-end dividends and March 31 for interim dividends.

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When is the general shareholders meeting held?

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The Annual General Meeting of Shareholders is generally held in December every year.

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IR Calendar

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Who should I contact for inquiries about stock-related procedures?

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You can reach Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, Limited at 0120-782-031 (toll-free number) for 24 hours a day for inquiries about paper forms necessary for change of address, request for purchase of fractional shares, transfer of shares, designation of account for remittance of dividends.

Others

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Where and how can I inquire about IR?

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Inquiries

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How is public notice given?

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We provide electronic public notices on our website. However, in case we are unable to issue an electronic public notice due to an accident or other unavoidable reasons, such notices will be published in the Nihon Keizai Shimbun (Nikkei).

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Electronic Public Notice