Amid growing global interest in companies' response to human rights issues, we have compiled a guideline for specific rules that companies should follow when accepting foreign technical intern trainees, etc., from organizations to which major domestic companies belong. rice field.
The aim is to encourage the response to human rights issues, including our business partners.
Regarding the response of companies to human rights issues such as working in a poor environment, Japanese companies expanding globally are also paying strict attention, and the United States and other countries have said that Japan's foreign technical intern training system is "exploited by workers." It has been criticized.
Under these circumstances, we have compiled a guideline for specific rules that companies should follow from the time a group of major domestic food and retail companies such as Ajinomoto and Coca-Cola Japan hires technical intern trainees to returning to Japan. ..
The guidelines stipulate that before hiring, clearly present working conditions in a language that trainees can understand, conclude a contract with consent, join a union, and guarantee the right to collective bargaining. It has been decided.
We also require that you be free to go out, take vacations, allow temporary return, and set up a contact point for complaints.
The organization wants to encourage small and medium-sized enterprises with which it does business to take human rights measures by showing specific guidelines.Keywords: