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Idemitsu

Idemitsu (As of July 1, 2019)
  • Social data covers Idemitsu Kosan Co.,Ltd. and Showa Shell Sekiyu K.K. on non-consolidated basis. Its group companies are included in the scope of data for some data points. For details, please refer to the notes for each data point.
  • Results reported are as of 2019, but some data reported may be from a different period. For details, please refer to the notes for each data point.
Status of Employees
* As of July 1, 2019
Unit FY2019 Scope of Reporting and Calculation Method
Number of employees people 4,825 Idemitsu hiring (employees, seniors, full-time contract employees, and advisors)
Including employees seconded from Showa Shell, but excluding employees seconded to other companies
  Men people 4,254
Women people 571
Percentage of women % 11.8
Number of employees in managerial positions people 971
  Men people 949
Women people 22
Percentage of women % 2.3
Average age years old 43.0
  Men years old 43.3
Women years old 41.0
Average years employed years 19.3
  Men years 19.6
Women years 16.9
Percentage of employees with disabilities % 2.11 Idemitsu hiring (employees, seniors, full-time contract employees, and advisors)
Including employees seconded from Showa Shell and seconded to other companies
It is based on the calculation method of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare
Number of employees (Consolidated) people 13,756 Idemitsu and 59 consolidated subsidiaries
Status of Recruitment
* Hired in April 2019
Unit FY2019 Scope of Reporting and Calculation Method
Recruitment of new graduates people 178 Results are from Idemitsu's and Showa Shell's direct hiring
  Men people 142
Women people 36
Percentage of women % 20.2
Foreign nationality people 5
Percentage of foreign nationality % 2.8
Idemitsu
  • Social data covers Idemitsu Kosan Co.,Ltd. on non-consolidated basis. Its group companies are included in the scope of data for some data points. For details, please refer to the notes for each data point.
  • Results reported are as of the end of FY2018, but some data reported may be from a different period. For details, please refer to the notes for each data point.
  • In addition, some numerical data in the previous fiscal years has been revised.
Status of Employees Unit Joined in FY2012 Joined in FY2013 Joined in FY2014 Joined in FY2015 Joined in FY2016 Scope of Reporting and Calculation Method
New graduate retention rate (Average for newly hired employees between 2014 and 2016) % - - - - 91.5 Results are from Idemitsu's direct hiring Retention rate: Average rate of three-year retention of new graduates in the relevant fiscal years
Turnover rate: Turnover rate of new graduates within three years after employment in the relevant fiscal year
Turnover rate of new graduates % 7.3 5.8 4.0 10.6 13.8
Status of Recruitment Unit FY2018 Scope of Reporting and Calculation Method
Career recruitment people 67 Results are from Idemitsu's direct hiring
Work-Life Balance Support Systems and Usage Numbers Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Scope of Reporting and Calculation Method
Maternity leave Women people 16 22 25 26 28 Systems are available for direct and temporary employees, but not for workers from other temp-staff companies.
Childcare leave people 24 42 51 47 47
  Men people - - - - 3
Women people - - - - 44
Nursing care leave people 0 0 1 4 3
  Men people - - - - 3
Women people - - - - 0
Reduced working hours for parenting people 22 21 34 51 42
  Men people - - - - 1
Women people - - - - 41
Leave to care for sick/ injured child people - - - - 113
  Men people - - - - 51
Women people - - - - 62
Family care leave people - - - - 43
  Men people - - - - 34
Women people - - - - 9
Overtime Work and Annual Paid Leave Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Scope of Reporting and Calculation Method
Average overtime work hours per employee hours/month 8.0 8.8 9.9 12.3 15.3 Results for Idemitsu non-consolidated, excluding employees on leave, and seconded employees
Results of overtime work is excluding employees in managerial positions.
Average annual paid leave taken by an employee days 9.5 10.5 11.2 11.7 12.7
Average usage rate of annual paid leave per employee % - - - - 68.4
Training Results Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Scope of Reporting and Calculation Method
Training hours Total hours - - - 101,920 70,880 Results are from training organized by the Human Resources Department (non-consolidated basis)
Per person hours - - - 26.0 17.8
Amount of investment in training Total thousand yen - - - 142,612 226,769
Per person thousand yen - - - 51 57
Occupational Accidents Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Scope of Reporting and Calculation Method
Frequency rate - 0.22 0.00 0.00 0.51 0.28 From January to December 2018
  • Hokkaido Refinery
  • Chiba Complex
  • Aichi Refinery
  • Tokuyama Complex
  • Prime Polymer Co., Ltd., Anesaki Works
  • BASF Idemitsu Co., Ltd. Excluding employees of partner companies

[Calculation method]
Frequency rate= (Number of fatalities and injuries due to work-related accidents/hours of actual work) ×1,000,000
Severity rate= (Number of lost working days / hours of actual work) ×1,000
Severity rate - 0.03 0.00 0.00 0.01 0.03
  FY2018 Scope of Reporting and Calculation Method
Number of accidents related to safety Fatalites 1 case From January to December 2018
Lost time injuries 16 cases
Environmental anormalies 0 case
Acquisition Status of ISO 9001 (Quality Management Systems)  * As of July 1, 2019
Domestic and overseas business sites * Including Showa Shell Group's sites 39 sites
出光昭和シェル, DFF Inc.

Showa Shell

  • Social data covers Showa Shell Sekiyu K.K. on non-consolidated basis. Its group companies are included in the scope of data for some data points. For details, please refer to the notes for each data point
  • Results reported are as of the end of FY2018, but some data reported may be from a different period. For details, please refer to the notes for each data point.
  • In addition, some numerical data in the previous fiscal years has been revised.
Status of Employees Unit Joined in FY2012 Joined in FY2013 Joined in FY2014 Joined in FY2015 Joined in FY2016 Scope of Reporting and Calculation Method
New graduate retention rate (Average for newly hired employees between 2014 and 2016) % - - 91.5 89.4 95.5 Results are from Showa Shell's direct hiring Retention rate: Average rate of three-year retention of new graduates in the relevant fiscal years
Turnover rate: Turnover rate of new graduates within three years after employment in the relevant fiscal year
Turnover rate of new graduates % 0.0 23.8 4.0 5.0 4.8
Status of Recruitment Unit FY2018 Scope of Reporting and Calculation Method
Career recruitment people 42 Results are from Idemitsu's direct hiring
* Including contract employees
Work-Life Balance Support Systems and Usage Numbers Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Scope of Reporting and Calculation Method
Maternity leave Women people - - - - 26 Systems are available for only direct and contract employees (re-employed only)
Childcare leave people 30 40 52 43 37
  Men people 3 2 2 4 3
Women people 27 38 50 39 34
Nursing care leave people 0 1 0 1 2
  Men people 0 1 0 1 2
Women people 0 0 0 0 0
Reduced working hours for parenting people 14 19 27 32 38
  Men people 1 1 1 0 0
Women people 13 18 26 32 38
Leave to care for sick/ injured child people 45 35 61 82 113
  Men people 23 16 26 32 56
Women people 22 19 35 50 57
Family care leave people 20 13 9 16 17
  Men people 13 8 6 10 11
Women people 7 5 3 6 6
Telecommuting people 4 5 15 24 191
  Men people 0 0 1 1 111
Women people 4 5 14 23 80
Self-development leave of absence people 2 4 3 2 3
  Men people 0 1 1 0 1
Women people 2 3 2 2 2
Volunteer leave of absence people - - - 0 1
  Men people - - - 0 1
Women people - - - 0 0
Overtime Work and Annual Paid Leave Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Scope of Reporting and Calculation Method
Average overtime work hours per employee hours/month - - 12.0 12.0 14.8 From January to December 2018
Results for Showa Shell non-consolidated, excluding employees on leave, and seconded employees
Results of overtime work is excluding employees in managerial positions.
Average annual paid leave taken by an employee days - - 13.9 13.3 14.9
Average usage rate of annual paid leave per employee % - - 68.3
* Excluding employees in managerial positions
65.7 74.6
Training Results Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Scope of Reporting and Calculation Method
Training hours Total hours - - - - 14,633 Results are from training organized by the Human Resources Department (non-consolidated basis)
Per person hours - - - - 21
Amount of investment in training Total thousand yen 133,961 117,030 133,853 198,733 299,611
Per person thousand yen 155 145 170 275 430
Occupational Accidents Unit FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 Scope of Reporting and Calculation Method
Frequency rate - 0.39 0.40 0.00 0.39 0.00 From January to December 2018
  • Showa Yokkaichi Sekiyu Co., Ltd.
  • TOA Oil Co., Ltd.
  • Seibu Oil Co., Ltd.
Excluding employees of partner companies

[Calculation method] Frequency rate= (Number of fatalities and injuries due to work-related accidents/hours of actual work) ×1,000,000
Severity rate= (Number of lost working days /hours of actual work) ×1,000
Severity rate - 0.03 0.12 0.00 0.01 0.00
Total recordable case frequency for occupational accidents - 0.8 1.2 1.0 1.5 -
  • Showa Shell Sekiyu K.K.
  • Showa Shell Sempaku K.K.
  • Showa Yokkaichi Sekiyu Co., Ltd.
  • TOA Oil Co., Ltd.
  • Seibu Oil Co., Ltd.
  • Shell Lubricants Japan K.K.
  • Keihin Biomass Power Co., Ltd.
  • Solar Frontier K.K.
  • Nippon Grease Co., Ltd.
  • Shoseki Kako Co., Ltd.
  • Rekisei Kagaku K.K.
  • Wakamatsu Gas K.K.
  • Japan Oil Network Co., Ltd.
  • Niigata Joint Oil Stockpiling Co., Ltd.
[Calculation method]
Overall occupational accidents = Accidents resulting in lost work days + Accidents not resulting in lost work day
  FY2018 Scope of Reporting and Calculation Method
Number of accidents related to safety Fatalites 1 case From January to December 2018
Lost time injuries 7 cases
Environmental anormalies 0 case
出光昭和シェル, DFF Inc.