EBARA CORPORATION (EBARA) joined "The Valuable 500" in support of its aim to promote the inclusion activities of people with disabilities.
EBARA's long-term vision, E-Vision 2030, formulated in 2020, advocates "promotion of a working environment that encourages challenge" as one of the five material issues. In our efforts to hire people with disabilities, EBARA has been expanding employment through EBARA ERNEST Co., Ltd., (EBARA EARNEST) a Special subsidiary company. They provide employment opportunities that encourage each individual to demonstrate their unique abilities. By joining The Valuable 500, EBARA aims to be a corporate group where diverse people can maximize their skills with meaningful work in comfortable working environments.
Workers at EBARA ERNEST
Management of Aquaponics※1
Electronic file processing of internal documents
The Valuable 500 is an initiative launched at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum, which is known as the Davos Convention, in January 2019. It is a business to business initiative catalysing the influence of large private sector corporations (1000+ employees) in national and international markets. It calls for participation of 500 companies with the purport of promoting the creation of a society and economy where people with disabilities can realize their potential value. To date, more than 400 companies have joined from 33 countries around the world.
Official Website of The Valuable 500
EBARA will continue to actively promote diversity and inclusion to be a corporate group where each and every employee fulfills their potential.
The EBARA Group aims to contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by addressing material issues identified in its long-term vision and executing the medium-term management plan to increase corporate value.
※1 Cyclical agriculture combining hydroponics and aquaculture.