Multi CultureEmployees with different native languages mingle and innovate
Ratio of women/non-Japanese corporate officers: 20% (as of April,2026)
As of June 22,2023, ratio of women/non-Japanese corporate officer is 13.9%.
Number of non-Japanese corporate officer is three.
Activity of Employee Resource Group (ERG)
In its 2025 Mid-Term Management Plan, NEC has identified "Accelerating Diversity," the source of innovation, as one of the pillars for promoting transformation of people and culture. The success of a diverse workforce, including non-Japanese employees, is essential to the creation of innovation.
In FY2021, the Non-Japanese Employees Community, an Employee Resource Group (ERG) was established. They have been working to foster a more inclusive corporate culture through cross-departmental exchanges and initiatives aimed at resolving workplace issues.
Opening a Prayer Room
In March 2020, we opened a Prayer Room on the NEC HQ building as part of efforts to provide a friendly working environment for people from various religious backgrounds.
Dive into Inclusion & Diversity Vol. 6 Learning about global trends and vital business skills in the post-COVID-19 world with Kunihiro Kobayashi, a business creator and world traveler
Dive into Inclusion & Diversity is an online seminar held for employees to gain knowledge and raise awareness on inclusion and diversity. In September, we invited world traveler and business creator Kunihiro Kobayashi to be a guest speaker on the theme of “Multiculture.”
Dive into Inclusion & Diversity Vol. 2 “Acquire Cultural Intelligence, an essential skill to survive in this age of diversity!”
Dive into Inclusion & Diversity is an in-house online seminar held every few months to update knowledge on inclusion and diversity. This session‘s theme was cultural intelligence, an essential skill to survive in this age of diversity.
“There is so much more we can build on!” Interviews with female business leaders by NEC Australia
As one of its initiatives to promote inclusion and diversity, NEC Australia was engaged in a project that involves interviewing female business leaders working for the NEC Group in countries around the globe (i.e., the Women in Business series).