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Labor and Human Rights

Promoting product development through personnel exchanges and technology sharing with Océ in the Netherlands
Promoting product development through personnel exchanges and technology sharing with Océ in the Netherlands

Canon endeavors to grow together with its more than 190,000 employees worldwide, constantly working to create workplaces that respect their diverse backgrounds and individuality while also providing a sense of worth and achievement in work.

The Canon Group's Employees in 2015

The Canon Group's Employees in 2015


Management Approach

  • Important Issues from a Labor and Human Rights Perspective

Hiring and Treatment of Human Resources

  • Basic Policy on Human Resources
  • Hiring and Retaining Talent
  • Fair and Impartial Compensation System
  • Employee Benefit Programs
  • Flexible Work Styles
  • Worker-Management Relations

Diversity

  • Policy on Respecting Diversity
  • Promoting the Active Participation of Women
  • Workforce Globalization
  • Utilizing the Abilities of Veteran Employees

Assisting Talent and Self Development

  • Supporting the Development of Talent
  • Fostering Experts in Various Fields
  • Developing Globally Minded Personnel
  • Certification and Award Programs

Occupational Safety and Health Management

  • Occupational Safety and Health
  • Health Management

Respecting Human Rights

  • Prohibiting Discrimination
  • Preventing Harassment
  • Eliminating Child and Forced/Compulsory Labor
  • Freedom of Association and Right to Collective Bargaining

Data Summary

  • Number of Canon Group Employees
  • Breakdown of Employees (Canon Inc.)
  • Number of New Hires and Employees Leaving the Company (Canon Inc.)
  • Breakdown of Executives (Canon Inc.)
  • Base Salary and Total Salary per Employee by Gender (as of December 31, 2015) (Canon Inc.)

CSR Activities