Japan Post Group has received the highest "Gold" status from the PRIDE Index in 2020. The PRIDE Index assesses companies' committment to improving the working environment for the LGBTQ employees in Japan.
JP Children's Tree-Planting Campaign Tohoku Regeneration Green Wave by the Children's Tree-Planting Promotion Network (Specified Nonprofit Corporation), cosponsored by Japan Post Group, won the Outstanding Activity Award at the 2019 (15th) Association for Children's Environment Awards.
Four companies - Japan Post Co., Ltd., Seino Transportation Co., Ltd., Nippon Express Co., Ltd., and Yamato Transport Co., Ltd. - were granted for the special award at the 18th Green Partnership Conference for the use of their joint trunk transportation, "Super-Full Trailer SF25", across Kanto and Kansai regions.
The four Japan Post Group companies (Japan Post Holdings, Japan Post, Japan Post Bank and Japan Post Insurance) were ranked first in the "Finance/Insurance" industry division of "Randstad Award: Employer Brand Research 2019" for the second year in a row.
During the relocation of the head office to Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan Post Holdings worked to introduce office space with world-class environmental performance. Based on this project, it earned the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Efficient Design) CI (Commercial Interiors) Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
Japan Post Bank has been positively evaluated for its initiatives in ESG thus far, and has been included in the following Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) indices. The MSCI Japan Empowering Women Index (WIN) is an index composed of companies that are leading in promoting and maintaining gender diversity, created by MSCI.
The four Japan Post Group companies (Japan Post Holdings, Japan Post, Japan Post Bank and Japan Post Insurance) were ranked first in the "Finance/Insurance" industry division of "Randstad Award: Employer Brand Research 2018."
JP Children's Tree Planting Campaign "Tohoku Regeneration Green Wave" was recognized as an initiative contributing to the Green Wave activities by the Japan Committee for the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity (UNDB-J).