Basic Policy on Hiring and Employment
The Yamaha Group observes employment and labors laws in the countries where it does business and conducts appropriate labor management based on labor practices and labor-management relations. We respect human rights in hiring and employment and work to maintain fair hiring practices and provide employment opportunities to a diverse range of people. For example, information relating to the Company's hiring and employment practices and opportunities is aired openly and publicly through the Internet.
Consolidated Employment Figures
Consolidated Employment Figures by Region
|Domestic and Overseas Total||Japan||North
|Number of Employees||7,443||513||1,046||5,024||5,668||19,694|
|Number of Temporary Employees
Employing People with Disabilities
Yamaha Corporation established a special subsidiary*1 in 1989, Yamaha Ai Works Co., Ltd. Yamaha Ai Works offers opportunities in general office work including data input, enclosing and sealing envelopes as well as printing together with administrative tasks relating to employee benefit programs. In this manner, the company is promoting employment for people with disabilities as well as the development of conducive working conditions. As of March 1, 2012, 95 people with disabilities were employed at Yamaha Corporation and Yamaha Ai Works combined. Of this number, 37 were assigned to Yamaha Ai Works.
- *1 Subsidiaries recognized under the Act for Employment Promotion, etc. of Persons with Disabilities. Special subsidiaries must meet certain criteria in connection with the number and ratio of employees with disabilities. People with disabilities employed by such subsidiaries are counted as employees of the parent company when calculating its employment ratio.