Social contribution activities/CSR

EMP promotes numerous activities in support of underprivilaged children both in Japan and overseas.
We also participate in activities aimed at enabling our employees to realize a work-life balance, as promoted by the policies of the Japanese government.

Support for the activities of the Japan Committee for UNICEF

UNICEF is a UN organization acting to protect the lives and health of children around the world. UNICEF’s activities are supported by EMP, which sends UNICEF greeting cards to all of its customers as holiday season greeting cards, instead of Japanese New Year’s greeting cards. The purchase price of each card goes directly to the UNICEF fund.

Japan Committee for UNICEF:

Sponsoring via World Vision Japan

World Vision Japan is an international NGO that provides development assistance, emergency humanitarian aid, and advocacy services (making appeals to government and citizens). As a sponsor of children, we provide continuous support for World Vision Japan’s activities across the world, so that children in developing countries will be able to get jobs and live independently.

World Vision Japan:

Sponsoring ‘Plan Japan’

Plan is an international NGO acting in 69 countries around the world. Under the Convention of the Rights of the Child adopted by the United Nations, EMP has continued its activities that have, as their aim, the realization of a world where all children enjoy the same rights and can fulfill their potential. We endorse the activities of Plan Japan and provide support for its activities as a child sponsor.

Plan Japan:

Participation in “Change! JPN”

“Change! JPN” is a national project that promotes a good work-life balance. The Company participates in the “Change! JPN” campaign promoted by the Japanese Cabinet Office, aiming to put an effective work style into practice.

Specific efforts of EMP include the following:

  • Reduction of overtime work
  • Setting of ‘No Overtime Days’
  • Active utilization of paid leave.

EMP is striving to achieve a good work-life balance for employees, so that they can lead a full and satisfying private life through communication with family members, refreshment, self-development, etc., by promoting the reduction of overtime work, encouraging employees to leave work on time, and enhancing personnel management to increase the utilization rate of paid leave.

Change! JPN