Organizers: Great Place to Work® Institute Japan
Awarded company: PERSOL CAREER
From “the results of employee questionnaires,” “measures and programs for enabling women
employees to work to their best abilities,” and “such baseline social data as the proportion of women employees,” all of which are based on the five elements of pride, respect, trust, fairness, and a sense of solidarity, PERSOL CAREER was recognized as a company where women, in particular, find their work to be rewarding.
Organizers: Japan Image and Information Management Association (JIIMA)
Awarded companies: PERSOL HOLDINGS, PERSOL CHALLENGE（currently PERSOL DIVERSE）
Commended for initiatives in receipt of expenses claims, document scanning procedures, and regular inspections that helped realize the transition to paperless operations of approximately 200 boxes of documents a year and created jobs for 15 people with disabilities at Tokyo and Osaka locations.
Organizers: Mobile Computing Promotion Consortium
Awarded company: PERSOL WORKS DESIGN
Commended for reductions in operator response times and supervisor advice rates and maximization of effectiveness of AI by combining state-of-the-art knowledge management methods and the introduction of AI into existing knowledge (IT tools).
Organizers: Japan HR Challenge Awards Organizing Committee
Awarded company: PERSOL CHALLENGE（currently PERSOL DIVERSE）
Commended for initiatives in the employment of people with mental illness that have increased the rate of retention of employees with disabilities and improved productivity, including the use of systems aligned with Total Management, such as the visualization of employees’ mental condition (development of mental level matrix) and a 1-on-1 approach to prevent deterioration of their mental health.