For a third consecutive year, NYK has been included in the “White 500,” a group of large companies demonstrating outstanding health and productivity management.
NYK ranked in the top 30 percent of the 1,239 applicant companies evaluated by Nippon Kenko Kaigi,* which selects companies providing outstanding health management.
Since 2015, NYK has been conducting a health-promotion project in collaboration with the NYK Health Insurance Society. In addition to exchanging information and sharing issues with the NYK Health Insurance Society regularly, NYK offers enhanced regular health checkups at its in-house clinic, and has a doctor on staff to oversee a number of programs, including one to help employees give up smoking. Over the previous year, NYK has also sponsored a running event, in addition to individual coaching events led by certified trainers so as to encourage employees to remain health-conscious.
Recognizing that employee health is the foundation for its business activities and one of its highest priorities, NYK will continue to examine effective methods to improve employee well-being.
During the individual coaching event led by certified trainer
*Nippon Kenko Kaigi (Japan Health Council)
In Japan, which is battling a declining birthrate and an aging population, this organization was formed with the full support of the government to help commercial businesses offer effective activities for life extension and medical care. The aim is to realize concrete measures in the workplace and society through cooperation among organizations in the economic, medical, and insurance fields.
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