CyberAgent respects the human rights of all people involved in its business activities, including directors, employees (including part-time and temporary employees), and subcontractors, and strives to create an environment where people can be their true selves and be treated as equals without discrimination or harassment based on race, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, or nationality.
In addition, based on the policy that emphasizes dialogue with employees and respect for each individual, we are implementing various measures led by dedicated departments to promote healthy work styles, such as monitoring working hours and visualizing workload to prevent long working hours, assigning the right person to the right job, and providing mental health care.
We provide a safe and secure environment to maintain mental and physical health, and support each employee to reach their full potential.
Furthermore, we comply with laws and labor standards related to wages, including minimum wages applicable in the countries and regions in which we operate, and provide appropriate wage levels. We have been maintaining good labor-management relations by accounting for labor rights and conferring with an appointed employee representative selected through proper methods.
CyberAgent has established a system whereby directors and employees can consult and report to members of the Risk Committee when they become aware of any conduct that may violate compliance or that is perceived as harassment. We also conduct ethics training on a regular basis covering moral principles to ensure compliance in our entire business activities.