Yazaki Corporate Policy
A corporation in step with the world A corporation needed by society
Fundamental Management Policies
In order to bring he Corporate Policy to fruition, the Yazaki Group must act based upon the following policies.
Through adoption of new ideas and continuous efforts, increase the company efficiency, and provide the greatest value to our customers worldwide.
Uphold the law, respect regional culture, and contribute to economic and social development.
3. Contribute to a prosperous future society through business focused on the environment and safety.
Conduct business openly and fairly, and aim for mutual coexistence.
Care for people, by creating a corporate culture that maximizes the capacity for
individual and team-work, while sustaining people’s dreams.
Source: Yazaki Social & Environmental Report 2006
Shinji Yazaki also reevaluated Yazaki’s corporate activities in order to strengthen its relations with stakeholders. One significant result was a more efficient system for the dissemination of information to different stakeholders. The Yazaki website is updated on a scheduled and timely basis, and regular meetings with different groups of stakeholders are held. Shinji Yazaki believes that sharing information, regularly and accurately, helps all stakeholders understand the company’s commitment to social responsibility, and he will continue to promote bi-directional communication with all who have a stake in the company.
The Yazaki family puts a high priority on keeping good relationships with its stakeholders. Under the leadership of each of the three presidents, Yazaki has evolved as a multicultural corporation while responding to the changes in the global automotive industry. All three presidents considered the formation of relationships based on mutual understanding and trust with all the stakeholders in Japan and overseas as the single most important element in ensuring continuous business development. Engaging in effective bilateral communication with each stakeholder based on corporate policy and fundamental management policy is considered a part of Yazaki’s corporate social responsibility.
The Yazaki Group has been holding stakeholder meetings since 2004 as means of obtaining various opinions directly from its stakeholders. They use these opinions to be a better company. Stakeholder meetings are a precious opportunity for representatives of suppliers, local governments, environmental NPOs and local