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Sustainability Accounting


Note: The article on this page is taken from Sustainability Report 2015.

Labor Environment and Social Benefit Accounting

Overview of FY2014

  • Expenditure on improving working conditions and for socially beneficial activities for different stakeholders is summarized.
  • Efforts are made to create a worker-friendly environment through expanding educational seminars and supporting mental healthcare programs.
  • For local communities, expenditure includes a donation to build the Japan Photographic Preservation Center and a product donation to the Nature Conservation Society of Japan. In the promotion of art and culture, expenditure includes Fujifilm Square as the base for preservation and communication concerning photographic culture, as well as for photo contests.

Period of coverage

FY2014 (April 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015)

Scope of labor environment and social benefit accounting

70 domestic companies in the Fujifilm Group (FUJIFILM Holdings, Fujifilm and 19 Fujifilm affiliates, Fuji Xerox and 47 Fuji Xerox affiliates, and TOYAMA CHEMICAL)

Basic items

Objectives of labor environment and social benefit accounting

These accounts are prepared to allow the Fujifilm Group to keep up with its activities for improving the working environment of its employees and the amounts spent for social contributions by preparing data on these activities from an economic perspective.

Accounting method

The expenditures (including investments) for the year have been added up to arrive at the figures shown. These figures do not include depreciation. Figures for personnel training and social contributions may overlap with figures in the Environmental Account as well.

Breakdown of labor environment and social benefit accounting

(million yen)
Stakeholder Goal Cost totals
FY2013 FY2014
Employees Work health and safety 1,643 1,567
Personnel training 2,757 2,655
Protect diversity 917 1,088
Develop a workplace in which
employees can work comfortably
1,210 1,323
Customers Ensure appropriate customer response
and safety
274 282
Future generations Education for future generations 24 3
Communities (local society and government Harmony with the local community 116 62
Promote culture and the arts in society
(in Japan)
883 813
Consideration for the international
community and international cultures
42 8
NGOs and NPOs Cooperation with NGOs and NPOs 14 19
Suppliers Consideration for products 50 59
Total   7,928 7,880

Volunteer activities during working hours

  FY2012 FY2013 FY2014
Hours spent on volunteer activities 4,700 7,210 1,435
Volunteering cost 12 million yen 19 million yen 4 million yen

* Volunteer activities: Calculated based on the hours spent on volunteer activities, such as area clean-up, working hours, the salary equivalent to that of those hours, and cost of the activities.

Related Information

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