Basic Policies of the NuFlare Technology Group The NuFlare Technology Group Standards of Conduct stipulate basic policies on community relations of the company and basic action guidelines for all directors and employees. Based on the principle of respect for human dignity, NuFlare Technology seeks to create value that contributes to the development of industry foundations and to the improvement of the living and cultural standards of people throughout the world.
As part of the training program for new employees of Toshiba Group, new employees of NuFlare Technology take part in activities such as fishing and clearing undergrowth each year. They volunteer in the making of oyster rafts and clearing of undergrowth in Miyagi prefecture as part of the on-site training to learn about community activities.
Making oyster rafts
NuFlare Technology proactively takes part in local community activities, such as cleanup activities around the office, donations to volunteer groups and volunteer activities in areas where the employees reside. Between 2016 and 2017, NuFlare Technology participated in the Mount Fuji cleanup and tree-planting volunteer project, donated picture books and stamps to libraries and volunteer groups, and held cleanup activities around the office. Participation in the cleanup and tree-planting volunteer activity was part of a Mt. Fuji conservation project. Donation of picture books and stamps to libraries and volunteer groups
Mt. Fuji conservation project
Donation of picture books and stamps to libraries and volunteer groups
NuFlare Technology plays active roles in the semiconductor industry as a member of the Semiconductor Equipment Association of Japan (SEAJ) and the Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI)
NuFlare Technology has introduced a “citizen-judge leave” system to help employees serve as citizen judges. Regular employees of the company who appear in court in accordance with the Act on Criminal Trials with Participation of Saiban-in are entitled to use this leave system. Under this system, employees may receive their daily base pay rate for each day upon which they appear in court.