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Five Priority Materiality

Five priority materiality issues to be addressed by J. Front Retailing

SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals)
Global goals for the period from 2016 to 2030, which are included in the “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” adopted at the United Nations summit in September 2015. They contain 17 goals with 169 targets including “climate action,” “good health and well-being,” “gender equality” and “decent work and economic growth” and pledge to leave no one behind.

Sustainability road map

Aiming at the sustainable enhancement of corporate value, we have set our goals for 2030 and 2050 and try to implement “discontinuous initiatives” by backcasting.

Materiality KPIs and actions

We set medium- to long-term goals for each of five materiality issues and take specific actions. We believe we can contribute to the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) proposed by the United Nations by implementing each action.

Long-term goals Actions
Contribution to a low-carbon society

・2050 Zero Scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions

・2030 40% reduction of Scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions
(vs. FY2017)

・Transition to renewable energy

・Introduction of energy-saving and highly efficient equipment

・Replacement with LED lighting

・Transition of the company fleet to EVs

・Transition to eco-friendly office supplies

・Promotion of paperless operations

・Response to SBT/TCFD/CDP

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Management of the entire supply chain

・2030 100% dissemination of the JFR Principles of Action for Suppliers

・2030 Aim for 40% reduction of Scope 3 GHG emissions
(vs. FY2017)

・Formulation and dissemination of the JFR Principles of Action for Suppliers

・Scope 3 GHG emissions emissions reduction

・Transition to eco-friendly office supplies

・Recycling initiative Ecoff

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Coexistence with local communities

・2050
Develop an area using its assets, which is the Group’s strength, while resolving environmental issues, through mutual cooperation among the local community, government and retailer to create a sustainable and advanced area

・Promotion of urban development
Store planning for the new main building of the Daimaru Shinsaibashi store and new Shibuya Parco
Development of local historic facilities through renovation

・Expansion of local production for local consumption (chisan-chisho)
Expansion of chisan-chisho using nationwide store network
Expansion of offering of Japanese unique products

・Response to disasters, BCP plan

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Promotion of diversity

・Proportion of women in management positions 
2025 30%
2030 Aim for 50%, equal to the proportion of female labor to total labor

・2030 Aim for retirement at 70

・2030 Proportion of disabled employees: 3.0%

・Actions for women’s empowerment
Development of shortened working hours system for women coming back from child care
Improvement of education and provision of information during a leave of absence
JFR Women’s School, Mother Recruitment for child-raising generation

・Promotion of senior empowerment
Development of job categories and duties, optional working hours, lifting of the ban on second jobs and side jobs for employees aged 60 and older

・Employment of disabled people
Improvement of the work environment of operating companies in the Group
Development of new business by a special subsidiary

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Realization of work-life balance

・2030 Men taking child care leave: 100%

・2025 Turnover due to child/family care: 0%

・Expansion of work systems
Homeworking, remote working (creation of satellite offices)
Minimization of transfer with or without family

・Use of technologies
Use of technologies such as AI and RPA

・Expansion of work systems and rules
Introduction of paid child care leave, development of family care-related system, creation of child care facilities within offices

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