We organize information regarding the Recruit Group's CSR around our Five Core Themes and publish this content online. We strive to cover the full range of information that should be disclosed to all stakeholders interested in our business
April 1, 2014-March 31, 2015
- Note: Some information outside the above period, such as background information, past data, and latest activities, is also included in the scope of reporting when deemed appropriate.
We report on selected activities throughout the Group, mainly focusing on activities pursued by individual Group companies in Japan.
The environmental data is compiled in line with the scope of our ISO 14001 certification.
Scope of reporting
We report on business initiatives, approaches to the business foundation, and social contribution activities pursued by each Group company in accordance with the Recruit Group CSR Policy. For financial information, please refer to our information for investors.
Date of publication (Japanese): September 2015 (Previous issue: June 2014)
Information is updated every year.
In reporting the Recruit Group's CSR efforts, we use an index based on the ISO 26000 core subjects to provide easily searchable and readable information. We also try to provide graphs, figures, and other illustrative materials in the most appealing visual format.
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This site includes not only information on the past and present Recruit Group but also plans, forecasts, and predictions based on the management plans, vision, policy, and strategy at the time the information is released. These are assumptions and judgments based on information obtainable at the time the information was provided, and therefore inevitably contain uncertainties. Depending on changes in conditions, results, and other events, future business activities may differ from forecasts and plans.