Policy and Concept
Tokyo Tatemono actively strives to develop the skills of employees based on the belief that the employees themselves are the foundation of sustainable corporate growth.
We have revised various systems related to human resources in 2012 for the purpose of strengthening workplace building that creates added value and human resource development and innovating organizational culture with not only optimization of individuals and departments but also the entire organization.
As part of the innovation, the Human Resource Policy was formulated and used as a foundation to build a human resource development system.
- Human Resource Policy
- Developing ideal human resource Ideal human resource: person that is trusted and that opens new avenue for the future
- Realization of a satisfying working place where employees can feel their growth
System (Human Resource Development System)
Tokyo Tatemono has set the first two years after joining the company as a development period, and it focuses on developing young employees by implementing a five-year collective training program that includes basic business training (logical thinking, presentation, etc.).
Furthermore, for the purpose of experiencing and gaining the broader knowledge required for employees of a comprehensive real estate company, human resources are first assigned to a department that is a contact point with customers and then rotated around to experience about three departments in the ten years after joining the company for new graduate recruits.
To strengthen the OJT development cycle in the workplace, training for managers who are the instructors and counseling system for new recruits have been implemented.
The operation status of these initiatives is monitored through regular interviews by the Personnel Division.
We are providing enhanced programs such as volunteer type internal training and external dispatch training as well as multi-industry social training for mid- and higher level employees to cultivate a self-learning climate for employees.
Training for managers includes training to enhance daily line management such as training for evaluators and mental health and line care training, in addition to dispatching employees to external training agencies such as business schools to enhance their strategic perspective and management capabilities.
Furthermore, we support learning English and Chinese and dispatching employees to overseas training considering future global expansion.
Index and Performance
|Turnover rate (only for personal circumstances)||1.7%||1.9%||2.2%||1.4%||1.4%|
Collective Group Workshops for New Employees for Group Synergy
Tokyo Tatemono Group has positioned providing amazing value through innovative group synergy as one important strategy based on the Medium-term Business Plan to continue to be the leading choice.
We are conducting Group workshops for junior employees as one initiative to drive Group synergy. In 2017, we conducted camp-style introductory training (four days and three nights) right after new graduates joined the company and held a Group athletic meet for the purpose of improving the power of unity after six months of employment.
Furthermore, we have prepared various collective training programs for the third year after joining the company to support the building of relationships able to drive Group synergy.
TOPICSGroup Athletic Meet for New Employees for Group Synergy
On November 14, 2017, we held the Tokyo Tatemono Group New Employee Athletic Meet to deepen interaction between new employees.
A total of approximately 100 new employees and persons in charge of personnel at each company from seven Group companies (Tokyo Tatemono, Tokyo Tatemono Real Estate Sales, Tokyo Real Estate Management, Tokyo Tatemono Amenity Support, Prime Place, Nihon Parking, and E-State Online) participated and a competition was held between teams made up of a mixture of people from each company.
New employees teamed up and worked together to deepen their mutual understanding. This facilitates better communication across the Group even in future business. These connections become a foundation, which we expect will aid in future Group synergy.
Representatives from the personnel departments at each company planned and operated the athletic meet that was held, which became a wonderful opportunity to think about improving Group synergy through human resource development.
Overseas Training for Global Human Resource Development
Tokyo Tatemono conducts overseas training for the purpose of heightening a global mind as business expands more and more globally.
Junior and mid-career employees were dispatched to the west coast of America in 2017 to experience a different culture first-hand while engaging in training to nurture creativity and critical thinking by visiting local companies and conducting field work.
Furthermore, as a more practical program, we deployed interns to our local Chinese subsidiary and we conducted training where these interns were able to learn local culture and business trends through actual work experience.
In the future, we will also support the growth of human resources who have a desire to take on the challenge of creating new value on a global scale regardless of country.