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Respect for Human Rights and Diversity

Respect for Human Rights and Promotion of Diversity


The Anritsu Group as a global business entity constantly reminds employees about policies related to human rights as indicated below for responsible action, based on the International Bill of Human Rights, the International Labor Organization’s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact, the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights endorsed by the UN Human Rights Council, ISO 26000:2010 (which provides guidance on how companies can operate in a socially responsible way), and Children’s Rights and Business Principles.

Respect for Human Rights (Excerpt from the Anritsu Group Charter of Corporate Behavior)
The Anritsu Group will respect the human rights of all those who are connected with it, and will not permit any discriminatory practice related to race, gender and so forth or infringement of individual dignity, and will never accept child labor or forced labor.

Diversity Policy
  • We nurture a corporate culture that allows a diverse workforce to demonstrate their personal qualities and abilities based on their lifestyles, regardless of nationality, gender, age, views on work, faith and region, sexual orientation or disability.
  • We respect diversity in the workplace, accept various viewpoints and provide everyone with an opportunity to apply their personal strengths in order to respond to the evolving business environment and generate corporate value.


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Human rights matters are deliberated on by the Corporate Ethics Promotion Committee, which is set up under the Board of Directors and the Management Strategy Conference and is chaired by the executive officer in charge of compliance and participated in by representatives of the Domestic Anritsu Group companies. This committee discusses and formulates the basic policy on corporate ethics of the Group, makes revisions to the Code of Conduct, plans for intra-Company monitoring with a corporate ethics survey, conducts analysis, makes improvements, and plans for other promotional activities related to ethics and compliance. It also reports annually on the status of ethics and compliance across the Anritsu Group to the Board of Directors.

The Anritsu Group implements human rights initiatives throughout the value chain, including customers, suppliers and employees, under the joint leadership of the departments of Human Resource and Administration, Sustainability Promotion, Legal, and Global Procurement Operation. In order to promote diversity in a number of ways, including by advancing the career development of women, promoting life-work balance, hiring more people with disabilities, and developing the careers of foreign national employees and senior employees, we set up the Project Team as a special unit for those tasks.

Respecting Human Rights through Global Supply Chains

UK/Australian Modern Slavery Statement (Anritsu Corporation, Anritsu EMEA GmbH, Anritsu EMEA Limited and Anritsu Proprietary Ltd.)

*Australian Modern Slavery Act Statement was added from 2020.

Modern Slavery Statement (Anritsu Corporation and Anritsu EMEA Limited)

California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (Anritsu Company)