Society and Employees

Group Policy

As a corporate group that connects people, towns, and communities to the future, we will realize lifestyles for which diverse backgrounds and values are respected and will respect people’s dignity and basic human rights throughout our business activities to strengthen our foundational sustainability and pursue co-creation initiatives that transcend organizations and business models.


Society and employees Strengthening the foundation for promoting sustainability for “co-creation” that transcends organizations and business categories
Diversity and inclusion Create an organization that enables diverse workers, including women and foreign nationals, with various backgrounds and values to make meaningful contributions
Human rights Solidify a corporate foundation of mutual respect for the dignity and basic human rights of every employee and business partner

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

  • ●Female manager and junior manager ratio: 20%
  • ●Childcare leave utilization rate by men and women: 100%
  • ●Procurement guideline survey implementation rate: 80%
  • ●Creation of human rights due diligence system
  • ●Percentage of participation in human rights training: 100%
  • ●Provision of products and services with inclusive design*
  • ●Percentage of implementation of one-on-one meetings: 100%

Design process involving people with diverse backgrounds, values, and challenges


The Sustainability Committee, which consists of Nomura Real Estate Holdings and Group company directors and other members, is chaired by the Nomura Real Estate Holdings president and Group CEO. It deliberates and decides policies and action plans focused on sustainability, including priority issues (materiality), and reports to the Board of Directors. It also monitors progress with regard to its targets.
In addition, to strengthen the foundations for co-creation, the Human Rights Subcommittee, led by the officer in charge of Group Diversity and Inclusion Management as supervisor, and the Human Resource, Wellness, D&I Committee, chaired by the Nomura Real Estate Holdings president and Group CEO, have been established under the Sustainability Committee.

Human Rights Subcommittee

Consists of members from the Group Human Resource Department, Group Human Resources Development Department, Group Legal and Compliance Department, and Sustainability Management Department and meets as needed. In fiscal 2022, the committee met five times, and it has continued to discuss major topics such as the formulation of a human rights policy and surveys for human rights due diligence.

Human Resource, Wellness, D&I Committee

Consists of Nomura Real Estate Holdings and Group company presidents and others, and meets twice a year (previously called the Group Wellness Promotion Meeting). The committee discusses mid-to long-term goals and measures related to promoting occupational health and safety, wellness, work style reforms, the empowerment of women, and utilization and active participation of the Group’s diverse human resources to maintain and improve sound, comfortable workplace environments in which people can work with vigor and achieve wellness, and to enhance efforts for formulating human resource development policies and promoting internal environment development to ensure diversity. The content of the discussions are periodically reported to the Board of Directors.