This site uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for visual layout.
If your browser does not support stylesheets, the use of structured semantic markup ensures that the content of each page is still readable and clearly structured.
CSR concept of Japan Post Group
* CSR：Corporate Social Responsibility
Stressing the security and confidence of the Japan Post Group network, the Group, as a private corporation, is demonstrating creativity and efficiency to the greatest extent possible and will provide customer-oriented services, support the lives of customers in local communities and aim for the happiness of customers and employees. The Group will also pursue managerial transparency on its own, observe rules and contribute to the development of society and the region.
Japan Post Group carries out CSR activities for the purpose of realizing the group management philosophy and ensureing sustainable growth.
In order to make CSR activities more specific, we define seven CSR issues to be tackled, of which three are identified as priority issues that are indispensable to the growth of the group from a medium to long term perspective.
Among the seven CSR issues, we introduce three priority issues that are indispensable in sustaining the growth of the group from a medium to long term perspective and the requirements in promoting these issues.
The three priority issues are as follows: "Encourage social and community contribution", "Promote environmental conservation activities" and "Create a people-friendly business environment". These have been adopted as common issues to be tackled by the entire group as part of its obligation to supply products and services to many customers throughout Japan.
In tackling the three priority issues which serve an indispensable part of the group’s obligations, we define three requirements to be promoted, namely focus, effectiveness and continuity. We work hard to ensure that these activities are sustainable over the long term in a meaningful manner and be well-regarded by many people.
(C) japan post holdings