Diversity and Human Rights

Diversity and Human Rights

Our Organizational Policies

The Insource Group has been working on the followings as Our Organizational Policies.

  • We will build a sustainable growth organization that every employee can cultivate their individualities, maximize their competencies and respect each other.
  • We will create an open and transparent organization that gives equal opportunities and fair personnel evaluation to all employees.
  • In order to make sustainable organizational growth, we will create a "barrier-free" workplace that treats all employees equally regardless of race, origin, nationality, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical / mental handicap, age, creed or lifestyle.

Diversity at Work

Diverse workforce works together

More than half of our employees are women. We are a 'modern organisation' with a diverse workforce, including foreign nationals, over 60s, LGBTQ+ and people with disabilities.We are also committed to promoting diversity in society and provide a range of related services.
As an organization that provides these services, we have a diverse workforce and diverse ways of working within the company.

Total number of employees:

Male Employees:


Female Employees:


Total number of managerial positions:

Males in Managerial Positions:


Females in Managerial Positions:


Ratio of female employees in managerial positions: 13.3% *Source: The Gender Equality Bureau of the Cabinet Office (2021)
(Administrative and managerial workers include board members, managers or above, administrative civil servants)

Total number of full-time executives:





Foreign nationals:

Seniors (aged over 60):

LGBTQ+ people:

People with disabilities:

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Insource Group "Basic Policy on Human Rights"

In order to contribute to the development of a sustainable society based on our corporate philosophy and code of conduct, Insource Group will fulfill its responsibility to promote respect for human rights by respecting the human rights of all people in all aspects of its corporate activities and by addressing negative impacts on human rights that arise from its business activities.

1.Scope of Application/Expectations to Business Partners

This policy applies to all executives and employees (including part-time employees) of our group companies. We also expect our business partners and other stakeholders to comply with this policy.

2.Support and respect for international standards

The Group supports international standards on human rights, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Labour Organization's (ILO) Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, and the United Nations Global Compact, in which we have participated since 2023. We will also respect human rights in accordance with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.

3.Compliance with laws and regulations

The Group will comply with the laws and regulations of each country or region in which it operates. In cases where there is a conflict between internationally recognized human rights and the laws and regulations of each country or region, we will pursue ways to maximize respect for international human rights principles.

4.Promotion system and education

The Sustainability Committee, which includes the Group Human Resources Department, is in charge of promoting human rights initiatives. The committee is responsible for disseminating the "Basic Policy on Human Rights" to all executives, employees, and external stakeholders, providing them with appropriate education, and actively promoting human rights awareness activities.

5.Respect human rights

a.Prohibition of discrimination

We will not engage in any kind of unreasonable discrimination based on birth, nationality, race, ethnicity, creed, religion, sex or gender identity, physical characteristics, age, various disabilities, hobbies, or academic background. We will realize a convincing and highly transparent organization in which all people are given equal opportunities and evaluated fairly.

Also, we will not violate human rights by forcing work through violence, abuse, or intimidation, or by slandering, defaming, or bullying.

b.Prevention of harassment

We will not engage in workplace harassment (sexual harassment, power harassment, etc.) or any conduct that could be perceived as harassment.

c.Prohibition of forced labor and child labor

We prohibit all forced labor and child labor, and conduct our business activities in compliance.

d.Control of working hours and wages

In accordance with the Labor Standards Law and labor-management agreements, we will establish rules for appropriate working hours, rest periods, overtime, late-night work, holidays, and leaves of absence in our work rules. We also establish payroll regulations that comply with legal requirements regarding minimum wages, legal benefits and deductions, overtime, etc., and pay wages directly to employees.

e.Respect for the exercise of the right to collective bargaining

We respect the basic labor rights of workers to organize, bargain collectively, and act collectively.

f.Maintaining employee safety and health

We are committed to maintaining a safe and healthy work environment by taking into consideration the physical and mental health of our employees, complying with laws, regulations, and rules related to safety and health, and responding appropriately to health risks.

g.Freedom of expression

We are aware of the need to protect freedom of expression and privacy, and will take the utmost care to ensure that there is no infringement of such rights.

h.Anti-bribery and corruption

We will prevent bribery, corruption, and any other activities that may lead to bribery and corruption, and continue to be a company that can be trusted by our clients and society.

6.Human rights due diligence

The Group will conduct human rights due diligence to assess the impact of its business activities on human rights, and will continuously monitor and report the impact to the appropriate parties. If any negative human rights impacts arise through our business activities, we will respond appropriately with fair and equitable remedial measures to mitigate or eliminate such impacts.

7.Information disclosure

The status of efforts to respect human rights based on this policy will be disclosed on the website.

Insource Co., Ltd.

Representative Director, President and CEO

Takayuki Funahashi

Established in July, 2023