Corporate Obligations and ResponsibilitiesESG Data

Corporate Obligations and ResponsibilitiesESG Data

Yahoo Japan Corporation’s data related to ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) is summarized here by items.

ESG

Profile

Items FY2016 FY2017 FY2018
Revenue (JPY million) 853,730 897,185 954,714
No. of employees* 5,827 6,330 6,515

* Yahoo! JAPAN (non-consolidated)

Environment

Items FY2016 FY2017 FY2018
Gross CO2 emissions (t-CO2)*1 86,551(107,103) 83,865(107,800) 82,295
Scope 1 27 2 56
Scope 2 86,524 83,863 81,170
Scope 3 - - 1,069
Total energy consumption (GJ) 1,607,567 1,792,129 1,815,357
CO2 emission per energy consumption (t-CO2/GJ) 0.054 0.049 0.045
Renewable energy consumption (GJ) 98,383 117,361 134,149
Renewable energy ratio (%) 6.5% 7.0% 7.9%
Average PUE of data centers 1.57 1.56 1.56
Water consumption(m3 - 245,546 255,829
Waste (t) - 89.2 108.2
Recycling rate of waste - 77.3% 84.6%
Total paper used(t) - 27.5 27.7
Carbon offset CO2 reduction of approx 93.42 tons CO2 reduction of approx 47.18 tons CO2 reduction of approx 51.02 tons
Paper recycling Deforestation reduction equivalent to 967 trees Deforestation reduction equivalent to 429 trees Deforestation reduction equivalent to 501 trees
Investment in conservation of biodiversity JPY 5.20 million JPY 4.70 million JPY 8 million

*1 Figures of gross CO2 emissions in brackets include figures of consolidated subsidiary ASKUL Corporation. FY2018 figures that include those of ASKUL Corporation will be added as soon as they are calculated.

*2 Scope 3 figures for FY2018 are the sum of category 6 “business travel” and category 7 “employee commuting”.

Social

Items FY2016 FY2017 FY2018
Employees in managerial positions All 1,305 1,226 1,172
Male 1,116 1,049 979
Female 189 177 193
% of female employees in managerial positions out of all employees in managerial positions 14.48% 14.44% 16.47%
New Appointments of Female Employees to Managerial Positions 64(18.4%) 57(18.2%) 62(20.6%)
No. of employees in data & science-related departments *1 357 397 432
Average length of service (years) All employees 6.3 6.6 6.8
Male 6.4 6.7 6.9
Female 6.1 6.4 6.5
Average age All employees 35.8 35.9 35.6
No. of employees using childcare systems Male 52 57 84
Female 495 484 571
Utilization of childcare leave Male 14.58% 17.81% 16.33%
Female 98.51% 99.02% 98.95%
Utilization of paid leave All employees 78.20% 81.90% 77.80%
Annual total working hours (average per employee) All employees 1,956 hours 1,896 hours 1,898 hours
Annual hours of overtime worked (average per employee) All employees 265 hours 225 hours 207 hours
Dokodemo Office (Office Anywhere) *2 All employees 81.44% 87.01% 87.53%
Problem Solving Leave *3 All employees 300 480 670
Sabbatical System *4 All employees 33 42 59
% of employees receiving regular medical checkups All employees 99.00% 98.70% 100.00%
% of employees with remarks in their medical checkups All employees 48.00% - -
% of employees with remarks in fat level *5 All employees - 26.03% 28.33%
% of employees with remarks in blood pressure *5 All employees - 5.39% 4.94%
% of employees with remarks in blood sugar *5 All employees - 5.75% 7.02%
% of female employees receiving voluntary checkups (breast cancer) Female 89.20% 90.00% 97.72%
% of female employees receiving voluntary checkups (uterine cancer) Female 82.00% 82.40% 78.31%
% of employees with healthy weight (*BMI18.5-25) All employees 71.20% 70.50% 70.15%
Smoking rate All employees 18.80% 18.30% 17.47%
% of employees with exercise habits All employees 22.70% 23.60% 18.85%
Frequency of work-related injury, etc. All employees 0.49% 0.07% 0.53%

*1 We established the Data & Science Solutions Group in 2014 and have been strengthening hiring and development of human resources in an effort to make a shift toward a data-driven company.

*2 A system that allows employees to work anywhere at any time. Employees can use this system up to five times per month.

*3 Employees may take up to three days off per year to participate in volunteer work to assist in solving someone’s problems and contribute to society, outside the course of their work.

*4 Employees who have worked for the company for ten years or more may take between two and three months off.

*5 The items to be observed for remarks have been changed after the transition to YG Health Insurance Society in 2018.

Governance

Items FY2018
No. of directors
(As of March 31, 2019)
Directors
(inc. those serving on the Audit and Supervisory Committee)
Total 7
Male 5
Female 2
inc. outside director Total 2
Male 1
Female 1
Director remuneration Director not serving on the Audit and Supervisory Committee
(inc. outside director)
No. of directors Total amount of remunerations, etc. 2
(-)
JPY 272 million
(-)
Director serving on the Audit and Supervisory Committee
(inc. outside director)
No. of directors Total amount of remunerations, etc. 2
(2)
JPY 60 million
(JPY 60 million)
Total
(inc. outside director)
No. of directors Total amount of remunerations, etc. 4
(2)
JPY 332 million
(JPY 60 million)
Items FY2017 FY2018
No. of reported cases of whistle-blowing 29 cases 76 cases *1
Political donations JPY 1.29 million JPY 2.33 million
Legal actions regarding corruption, bribery, etc. 0 0
Income tax expense recorded in Consolidated Statement of Profit or Loss *2 JPY 58,764 million JPY 45,542 million

*1 The number of reported cases of whistle-blowing increased in FY2018 from the previous year as a result of efforts to improve recognition of and access to hotlines so as to encourage employees’ use of them.

*2 We fulfill our tax obligation for the development of our nation and the regions in which our offices are located, while we contribute to creating values in the Internet industry.