Employee Data

Figures concerning employees★ (As of March 31)
  Non-consolidated Consolidated
Total employees Male Female Average age
of employees
Average
number of
years of service
Average
annual salary
(JPY)
Number of
employees
2016

4,279

3,259

1,020

42

16.7

13,829,954

105,800

2017

4,285

3,269

1,016

42

16.9

13,838,699

95,944

2018

4,285

3,284

1,001

42

17.3

14,609,151

102,086

(Unit: persons)

Number of employees by operating segments★ (As of March 31, 2018)
  Textile Machinery Metals &
Minerals
Energy &
Chemicals
Food General
Products &
Realty
ICT &
Financial Business
Others,
Adjustments &
Eliminations
Total
Non-
consolidated

412

441

198

335

422

272

179

990

3,249

Consolidated

9,879

13,603

530

12,785

30,105

17,058

15,421

2,705

102,086

(Unit: persons)

Number of overseas bloc employees by region★ (As of March 31, 2018)
North
America
Latin
America
Europe Africa Middle
East
East
Asia
Asia &
Oceania
CIS Total

128

141

217

53

134

635

629

81

2,018

Employees registered at overseas trading subsidiaries, branches and offices

(Unit: persons)

Number of hires by gender★
  New-graduates Mid-career Total
Male Female Total Male Female Total
FY2017

124

29

153

6

6

12

165

FY2018

121

29

150

7

5

12

162

FY2019*

103

35

138

 

 

  • The figures as of April 1st, 2018

(Unit: persons)

Proportion of female career-track employee, manager,
and executive officer★ (As of April 1)
  Career-track employee Manager Executive Officer
Total Female Proportion
of Female
Total Female Proportion
of Female
Total Female Proportion
of Female
2016

3,490

307

8.8%

2,479

130

5.2%

43

1

2.3%

2017

3,531

323

9.1%

2,505

149

5.9%

44

2

4.5%

2018

3,539

337

9.5%

2,515

175

7.0%

45

2

4.4%

(Unit: persons)

Acquisition of leave according to child care or nursing care related systems★
  FY2016 FY2017 FY2018
Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total
Child
care
Childcare
Leave

59

71

130

55

71

126

57

76

133

Leave to
nurse sick
children

47

115

162

65

118

183

65

123

188

Shorter
working
hours for
child care

0

73

73

0

76

76

0

79

79

Special
parental
leave

5

34

39

13

33

46

12

36

48

Return rate
for employees
after taking
childcare leave*

97%

82%

97%

Nursing
care
Nursing care
leave

0

0

0

2

0

2

1

0

1

Special
nursing
care leave

0

1

1

2

3

5

2

4

6

Leave for
nursing care

9

24

33

14

26

40

17

36

53

Shorter
working
hours for
nursing care

0

3

3

0

5

5

0

10

10

Family support leave

109

88

197

122

102

224

122

108

230

  • The return rate for employees after taking childcare leave is the ratio of the number of employees enrolled at the end of March 2018 to the number of employees who returned from childcare leave for FY2017.
Employment ratio of people with disabilities★ (As of March 1)
  Employment ratio
of people with disabilities
Legally stipulated ratio
2016

2.14%

2.00%

2017

2.31%

2.00%

2018

2.04%

2.00%

(Unit: persons)

Occupational health and safety★ (Employees of ITOCHU Corporation*1)
  FY2016 FY2017 FY2018
  Full-time employees Part-time employees Full-time employees Part-time employees Full-time employees Part-time employees
Number of sufferers from ccupational accidents (of which the number of sufferers commuting Accicents)*2

8(5)

1(1)

5(4)

1(1)

7(5)

1(1)

Number of Fatalities

0

0

0

0

0

0

OIFR*3

0

0

0

0

0

0

Number of sufferers of Lost time incident(LTI)*4

2

0

0

0

0

0

LTIFR*5

0

0

0

0

0

0

  1. Subject employees: Full-time employees…Career-track employees, clerical employees, employees in special positions
    Part-time employees…Contract employees
  2. Number of people suffering from labor injuries: Total value of the number of sufferers of lost-time accidents and lost occupational accidents caused by labor and the number of sufferers of commuting injuries.
  3. OIFR: The incidence rate of lost-time accidents corresponding to diseases and diseases per million hours (calculated as the number of people suffering from LTI caused by illness ÷ total working hours multiplied by one million hours)
  4. Lost time incident (LTI) is a situation in which a work-related injury or illness causes the victim to be absent from work on the following day. (Labor accident)
  5. LTIFR: Injury occurrence rate with labor loss per million hours (caluclated as the number of sufferers in LTI ÷ total working hours×1 million hours)
Total number of participants in training on health and safety standards★ (Employees of ITOCHU Corporation)
  FY2016 FY2017 FY2018
Compulsory training*1

2,824

2,744

3,410

Non-compulsory training*2

14

48

61

  1. Training for new recruits (career-track employees and clerical employees), organization manager workshops, training prior to overseas assignments and training prior to JOT/JOT-M, Evacuation drills at Tokyo headquarters.
  2. Career vision training (such as mindfulness classes and Mental health management)
Turnover rate★ (Employees of ITOCHU Corporation*)
  FY2016 FY2017 FY2018
Voluntary turnover rate

1.1%

1.2%

1.6%

  • Subject employees: career-track employees, clerical employees and employees in special positions
    The retirement rate is calculated by the following method.
    Number of employees who voluntarily retired ÷ Number of employees at the end of each fiscal year

★Data assured by KPMG AZSA Sustainability Co., Ltd, an external assurance provider based on the international standard ISAE 3000. Independent Assurance Report[PDF](449KB)

  • The figures are for non-consolidated unless otherwise indicated as consolidated.
  • The number of oversea bloc employees by region is the total of employees registered at overseas trading subsidiaries, branches and offices.
  • The figures of employment ratio of people with disabilities are the combined total of ITOCHU Corporation and the certified special-purpose subsidiary, ITOCHU Uneedus Co.,Ltd.