Employee Relations

In keeping with our philosophy of “human-centered automation,” we strive to create healthy, cheerful, and comfortable workplaces where employees can work with peace of mind. We are committed to creating job opportunities as well as deploying and fostering employees with diverse viewpoints, including women, foreign staff, and persons with disabilities, as we secure and develop the human resources essential to the azbil Group’s “period of growth ”

Creating Healthy Workplaces Where Employees Can Thrive

Maintaining and enhancing the health of employees is the basis of a workplace characterized by cheer, vigor, and peace of mind. For this purpose, we have a health management system, a chief occupational health physician responsible for maintaining and managing employee health, and a consultation desk (Heartful Station). To maintain and enhance employees’ mental health, we aim to develop a framework enabling all managers to care for their employees’ mental health needs.

Staff working to create a healthy workplace

Staff working to create a healthy workplace

Lively Communication Based on Mutual Trust

Lively communication based on mutual trust is essential to conducting daily tasks efficiently through teamwork. To establish a business structure and work culture that incorporates this commonsense practice in daily routine as the basis of our “period of growth,” each group holds a brief morning assembly and on October 1, which is designated as “azbil Day,” enjoys an “azbil Smile Tea Party.”

Smile Tea Party at our subsidiary in Vietnam

Smile Tea Party
at our subsidiary in Vietnam

Securing and Fostering Human Resources for the “Period of Growth”

The azbil Group works to secure and foster the diverse human resources required by a top-class global enterprise.

Women in the Workplace

Key female employees are encouraged to network with employees of other companies across different business sectors and to take part in training to advance their skills. As these women build networks and cooperate with each other, they play a vital role in human resource development and career promotion within the azbil Group.

Female employees participating in international training

Female employees
participating in international training

Global Human Resource Deployment and Development

During our “period of growth,” opportunities for contributions from foreign employees will increase as a result of our intention to expand our international business. In addition to actively providing employment opportunities for workers overseas, we are increasing the opportunities for them to learn the knowledge and techniques required for work.

Training held in Tokyo for managers of overseas subsidiaries

Training held in Tokyo
for managers of overseas subsidiaries

Azbil Yamatake Friendly: A Special Subsidiary Employing Workers with Intellectual Disabilities

Azbil Yamatake Friendly was founded as an azbil Group company in April 1998 with the aim of creating a work environment where people with intellectual disabilities can thrive and be active(ikiiki)*as integral staff members The company’s management policy is to support employees’ skill enhancement and selfrealization through their work, and thereby to contribute to society It aims to satisfy customers with its quality, pricing, and delivery, and to increase work volume through its attitude of “never turn down a customer request,” as it takes on the challenges of better work quality and speed.

* The term “ikiiki” is used to describe a workplace that also serves as an important place in the lives of employees.

Azbil Yamatake Friendly

Azbil Yamatake Friendly
(from left)Fujio Onoguchi, Director and General
Manager, General Affairs Department
Masako Kamiya, Section Manager,
General Affairs Department
Toshihiko Enomoto, Isehara Section
Manager, General Affairs Department

An employee of Azbil Yamatake Friendly at work

An employee
of Azbil Yamatake Friendly at work