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Overview of Employees

Number of Full-time Employees by Gender Third-party assured
Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Male Persons
(%)
6,847
(87.9)
6,642
(87.3)
6,519
(86.7)
Female 942
(12.1)
968
(12.7)
999
(13.3)
Total 7,789 7,610 7,518
  • The above figures include employees loaned by Tokyo Gas to other organizations but exclude those loaned to Tokyo Gas from other organizations.
Ratio of Women in Management
  • Employees in positions with subordinates or employees of equivalent status
Education Unit Breakdown of 2014 hires Breakdown of 2015 hires Breakdown of 2016 hires
Graduate school/ university ✽2 Persons Male 136 Female 40 Male 144 Female 46 Male 156 Female 51
High school Male 122 Female 8 Male 106 Female 2 Male 74 Female 10
Total Male 258 Female 48 Male 250 Female 48 Male 230 Female 61
  • ✽1Hiring situation as of April 1 in each fiscal year.
  • ✽2Including technical college graduates.
Unit April 2014 March 2015 March 2016
Employed
(percentage of all employees)
Persons
(%)
147
(2.06)
138
(2.02)
137
(2.00)
  • ✽1Data are for regular and contract employees at Tokyo Gas.
  • ✽2Figures are as of the first day of the month shown for each fiscal year.
Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Number reemployed Tokyo Gas Persons
(%)
239
(70.3)
282
(72.9)
241
(75.5)
Subsidiaries and affiliates, etc. 37
(10.9)
34
(8.8)
26
(8.2)
Total 276
(81.2)
316
(81.7)
267
(83.7)
Number mandatorily retired (total number) Persons 340 387 319
  • Number of people hired as "career employees" (contract employees rehired after reaching mandatory retirement age).
Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Number of users of the early retirement scheme Persons 21 13 19
  • Scheme introduced as part of the "second life" support program.

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System Details Item Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Male Female Male Female Male Female
Parental leave Until end of April immediately following child's 3rd birthday Number of users
(Rate of return to work)
Persons
(%)
1
(100)
79
(100)
0
(-)
80
(99)
2
(100)
83
(100)
Shorter hours for parents of small children During pregnancy and until child completes 6th grade
Flex-time system for childcare is available.
Number of users Persons 226 221 1 212
Nursing care leave Up to 3 years for one relative within the second degree of kinship requiring nursing care. Number of users Persons 1 2 1 2
Nursing care work Up to 2 years for one relative within the second degree of kinship requiring nursing care.
Flex-time system for nursing care is available.
Number of users Persons 1 0 0 0
Community service leave Special leave (paid leave) for up to 5 days within 1 year Total number of users
(including repeat users)
Persons 77 42 82 6
Sabbatical system For employees who reach the age of 30, 35, 40, and 50
Provided with commemorative gifts and special leave (paid leave)
Number of users Persons 631 668 516 78
  • Percentage of employees taking parental leave each fiscal year who returned to work at the company.
Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Males
(percentage of people leaving the company)
Persons
(%)
47
(0.65)
44
(0.62)
36
(0.52)
Females
(percentage of people leaving the company)
14
(1.46)
9
(0.92)
9
(0.89)
Total
(percentage of people leaving the company)
61
(0.74)
53
(0.66)
45
(0.57)
  • The percentage of people leaving the company is calculated as follows: number of regular employees leaving for personal reasons (as of March 31 of each fiscal year) / number of regular employees (as of April 1 of each fiscal year)
Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016
Contract employees Persons
(%)
1,422
(14.0)
1,515
(15.1)
1,608
(16.0)
Male 873
(8.6)
966
(9.6)
1,067
(10.6)
Female 549
(5.4)
549
(5.5)
541
(5.4)
Temporary employees 665
(6.5)
637
(6.3)
652
(6.5)
Total 2,087
(20.5)
2,152
(21.4)
2,260
(22.5)
Overall total (regular employees + sum of above) 10,162 10,044 10,048
  • ✽1Data are as of April 1 of each fiscal year.
  • ✽2Percentages are of the overall total (total number of employees of Tokyo Gas as of April 1 of each fiscal year).
Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Average Annual Salary ¥10,000 681 664 649
  • Calculated excluding personnel in management positions.
Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Average overtime hours Hours/person/month 15.5 15.3 16.1
Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Days of paid leave taken per year Days/person 15.2 15.1 15.2
Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016
No. of employees Persons 7,652 7,505 7,313
  • Number as of April 1 of each fiscal year.
Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Annual average training hours Hours/person 14.8 15.4 15.8
  • Data on training provided by the Personnel Dept. (excludes training provided independently by other departments).

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Implementation of Occupational Safety and Health Education Programs

Implementation of Safety and Health Education Programs
Details Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Level-specific training on safety & health and on safety planning New employee training Persons 265 306 298
Safety and health training for new managers 228 258 165
Risk management seminar on safety and health (General Manager level) 353 380 360
Foreman training (by law) 153 145 172
Training for safety administrators at the time of appointment (by law) 48 43 51
Hygiene supervisor training 80 85 85
Traffic safety and driving training (new drivers, people involved in accidents, etc.) 880 869 904
Safe driving with attendant instructors utilizing drive recorders 619 635 599
Seminars on promoting health 1,376 2,801 3,347

Overview of accidents and injuries

Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Work-related injuries ✽2 Cases 21 29 28
Traffic accidents 131 139 110
Rate of lost work-time injuries ✽3, 5 - 0.60 0.48 0.49
Severity rate ✽4, 5 0.005 0.006 0.007
  • ✽1Data for regular and semi-regular employees of Tokyo Gas.
  • ✽2Includes accidents not resulting in lost worktime.
  • ✽3Rate of people taking work leave per 1 million total actual working hours.
  • ✽4Number of workdays lost as a result of accidents/injuries per 1,000 total actual working hours.
  • ✽5Includes injuries due to traffic accidents caused by others.
Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Number of accidents Accidents 212 270 207
  • Note 1: Scope of data: Unless otherwise indicated, accidents are those involving regular employees of Tokyo Gas (including employees on loan).
  • Note 2: Period covered: Unless otherwise indicated, the number of accidents is as of March 31 of each fiscal year.

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