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Sustainability Activity Report: Stakeholder Dialogues (2017)

Recruit Group holds "Stakeholder Dialogues" as a forum for discussion with external parties.
These forums are aimed at collecting inputs on what the expectations are for Recruit Group's sustainability management, including the level of achievement expected, and broadening our perspectives so that we can make further advancements in our activities.

Stakeholder Dialogues

Outline

1st session: July 21, 2017 (Friday) 11:00 to 14:00
2nd session: August 24, 2017 (Thursday) 14:00 to 17:00
3rd session: September 5, 2017 (Tuesday) 14:00 to 17:00

Participating external experts (in order of Japanese syllabary)

*Title as of the time of participation

<1st session>

Ms. Kaori Kuroda, Executive Director, CSO Network Japan
Mr. Takeshi Shimotaya, Managing Director, Sustainavision Ltd.
(Facilitator)Mr. Keiichi Ushijima, EY Japan Area CCaSS Leader

<2nd session>

Mr. Tase Kazuo, Counsel, Human Rights Now
Ms. Kanae Doi, Japan Director, Human Rights Watch
(Facilitator) Ms. Heather McLeish, EY Japan Area CCaSS Leader

<3rd session>

Mr. Andrew Winston, Founder, Winston Eco-Strategies
Mr. Hidemitsu Sasaya, Managing Executive Officer and Manager of Corporate Social Responsibility Promotion Department, Ito En, Ltd.
(Facilitator) Mr. Keiichi Ushijima, EY Japan Area CCaSS Leader

Participants from Recruit Group

*Title as of the time of participation

Recruit Holdings Co., Ltd.
CSO, CHRO, and Senior Managing Corporate Executive Officer (Committee Chair)
Shogo Ikeuchi
Corporate Executive Officer (Sustainability/PR/General Affairs)
Yu Tomizuka
Corporate Executive Officer (Legal/Compliance/Information Security) Mark Schultz
Legal/Compliance Office Executive Manager Yasushi Hashimoto
Executive Manager, Sustainability Promotion Office  Aya Ito
Yasushi Hashimoto, Executive Manager, Internal Control Promotion Office

In 2017, with the SDGs in mind, we asked for and received many opinions, words of advice, and voices of expectation from stakeholders on the various core themes, especially on "decent work", "solving inequality", "respect for human rights " and "respect for diversity". The opinions were reported to and discussed in the Sustainability Committee, which is an advisory committee to the board of directors, to develop a course of action/concrete plans. The board is committed to these themes, holding further discussions at board meetings.

We will continue our discussions with stakeholders to advance and improve our sustainability management.

Participating external experts
Participating external experts Kaori Kuroda
Participating external experts Tase Kazuo
Participating external experts Kanae Doi
Participating external experts Andrew Winston
Participating external experts Hidemitsu Sasaya