Non-Financial Summary

TIS Inc., and consolidated subsidiaries
Compilation period: April 1 to March 31 of each year or the base date

Employee-related data

(Note 1) * Averages are calculated as simple combined averages orweighted averages.


Scope of data collection Related materiality Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Fiscal 2021 Fiscal 2022
Number of employees D - 15,638 15,948 16,109 17,497 17,265
Number of employees B - - - - - 19,498
Number of male employees D 1-a 11,435 11,529 11,560 12,342 14,017
Number of female employees D 1-a 4,203 4,419 4,549 5,155 5,481
Percentage of female employees D 1-a 26.9% 27.7% 28.2% 29.5% 28.1%
Ratio of career hires B 1-a - - - - 24.0%
Number of non-Japanese employees D 1-a 156 155 155 1,161 1,379
Average age E 1-a 38.7 38.9 39.1 39.2 40.0
Average age B 1-a - - - - 40.1
Average age of male employees E 1-a 39.9 40.0 40.3 40.5 41.3
Average age of male employees B 1-a - - - - 41.3
Average age of female employees E 1-a 35.6 35.9 36.0 36.1 37.0
Average age of female employees B 1-a - - - - 37.1
Average length of service (years) E 1-a 14.4 12.9 12.8 13.3 14.2
Average length of service (years) B 1-a - - - - 14.2
Average length of service of male employees (years) E 1-a 15.5 13.7 14.0 14.2 15.0
Average length of service of male employees (years) B 1-a - - - - 15.1
Average length of service of female employees (years) E 1-a 11.5 10.8 11.0 11.2 12.2
Average length of service of female employees (years) B 1-a - - - - 11.87
Percentage of employees with a disability (Note 2) F 1-a 2.14% 2.28% 2.35% 2.40% 2.30%
Number of employees in management positions E 1-a 3,328 3,443 3,609 3,782 3,836
Number of employees in management positions B 1-a - - - - 4,454
Number of male employees in management positions E 1-a 3,056 3,147 3,278 3,410 3,440
Number of male employees in management positions B 1-a - - - - 3,997
Number of female employees in management positions E 1-a 272 296 331 372 396
Number of female employees in management positions B 1-a - - - - 457
Percentage of female employees in management positions E 1-a 8.2% 8.6% 9.2% 9.8% 10.3%
Percentage of female employees in management positions B 1-a - - - - 10.3%
Percentage of career hires among managers G 1-a - - - - 29.2%
Average total working hours per month E 1-b 168.4 166.4 162.6 162.9 164.0
Average total working hours per month B 1-b - - - - 156.2
Average monthly overtime hours E 1-b - - - - 17.5
Average monthly overtime hours B 1-b - - - - 16.4
Average monthly overtime work hours exceeding 45 hours (persons) E 1-b - - - - 931
Average monthly overtime work hours exceeding 45 hours (persons) B 1-b - - - - 994
Percentage of annual paid leave taken E 1-b 67.6% 73.0% 75.7% 66.3% 64.4%
Percentage of annual paid leave taken B 1-b - - - - 63.2%
Number of employees on childcare leave E 1-b 463 447 467 537 589
Number of employees on childcare leave B 1-b - - - - 659
Number of male employees on childcare leave E 1-b 27 38 53 80 106
Number of male employees on childcare leave B 1-b - - - - 126
Number of employees working shorter hours to care for young children E 1-b 670 681 679 638 677
Number of employees working shorter hours to care for young children B 1-b - - - - 746
Number of male employees working shorter hours to care for young children E 1-b 12 9 10 9 13
Number of male employees working shorter hours to care for young children B 1-b - - - - 17
Number of employees on nursing care leave E 1-b 13 13 19 9 19
Number of employees on nursing care leave B 1-b - - - - 23
Number of employees working shorter hours to care for elderly family E 1-b 3 3 6 6 2
Number of employees working shorter hours to care for elderly family B 1-b - - - - 4
Turnover rate E 1-b 4.6% 4.8% 5.0% 3.3% 3.7%
Turnover rate B 1-b - - - - 4.0%
Absenteeism(%) (Note 3) E 1-b - - - - 1.0%
Absenteeism(%) (Note 3) B 1-b - - - - 1.0%
Spending on learning and research (million JPY) E 1-c 1,702 1,805 1,915 1,534 1,863
Number of days spent on learning and research per person G 1-c 12.5 14.4 14.2 12.5 15.2
Number of days spent on learning and research per person E 1-c - 8.1 10.8 11.2 13.3
Number of days spent on learning and research per person B 1-c - - - - 11.7
Average annual income (10,000 JPY) G 1-c 668.8 681.3 701.9 717.4 741.0
Average male annual income (10,000 JPY) G 1-c - - - - 777.4
Average female annual income (10,000 JPY) G 1-c - - - - 625.6
Results of employee awareness surveys (Note 4) G 1-c 38% 45% 48% 56% 61%
Results of employee awareness surveys (Note 4) E 1-c - - 38% 46% 51%
Number of new graduate recruits (April 1) (Note 5) E 1-a 700 663 720 679 679
Number of new graduate recruits (April 1) (Note 5) B 1-a - - - - 804
Number of regular recruits (recruited in each fiscal term) E 1-a 266 339 386 271 233
Number of regular recruits (recruited in each fiscal term) B 1-a - - - - 322
Percentage of female recruits (new graduates and career) E 1-a - - - - 34.0%
Percentage of female recruits (new graduates and career) B 1-a - - - - 34.2%

Environmental data


Scope of data collection Related materiality Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Fiscal 2021 Fiscal 2022
Scope 1 emissions (t-CO2) (Note 6) C 2-f 958 885 745 760 513
Scope 2 emissions (t-CO2) (Note 6) C 2-f 78,125 71,096 64,488 65,867 64,157
Scope 3 emissions (t-CO2) (Note 7) E 2-f - - 365,595 372,051 361,415
Category 1 (purchased goods and services) E 2-f - - 304,297 287,633 300,905
Category 2 (capital goods) E 2-f - - 40,986 65,782 42,690
Category 3 (fuel-and energy-related activities) E 2-f - - 9,900 9,794 9,987
Category 4 (upstream transport and delivery) E 2-f - - 698 215 405
Category 5 (waste generated in operations) E 2-f - - 1,118 345 651
Category 6 (business travel) E 2-f - - 1,987 2,025 2,000
Category 7 (employee commuting) E 2-f - - 6,607 6,256 4,778
Energy consumption (Electricity MWh) C 2-f 157,623 149,523 143,383 141,620 139,560
Energy consumption (Heavy oil kL) C 2-f 28 32 25 21 25
Energy consumption (Light oil kL) C 2-f 11 10 0 0 0
Energy consumption (City gas, km3) C 2-f 379 343 302 313 199
Energy consumption (LPG km3) C 2-f - - - - 0
Energy consumption (kerosene kl) C 2-f - - - 1 0
Energy consumption (steam GJ) C 2-f - - - 1,301 19,116
Industrial waste (ton) E 2-f - - 1,035 290 472

Other non-financial data


Scope of data collection Related materiality Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Fiscal 2021 Fiscal 2022
Social contribution expenses (million JPY) G 2-e 115 143 99 80 70
Social contribution expenses (million JPY) B 2-e - - - - 75
Political contributions (10,000 JPY) G 2-e 0 0 0 0 0
Political contributions (10,000 JPY) B 2-e 0 0 0 0 27
Number of serious information security incidents B 3-h - - - - 0
Number of employees receiving regular training on information security B 3-h - - - - 18,542
Number of violations of the Act on the Protection of Personal Information G 3-h - - - - 0
Number of requests for disclosure of information related to personal information B 3-h - - - - 1
Development loss rate A 3-g 0.9% 0.9% 0.6% 0.8% 0.7%
Results of customer satisfaction surveys G 3-g 69.1% 68.2% 72.7% 69.0% 71.7%
Number of directors (Note 8) G 4-j 10 9 9 9 9
Number of female directors (Note 8) G 4-j 0 1 1 1 1
Percentage of female directors (Note 8) G 4-j 0.0% 11.1% 11.1% 11.1% 11.1%
Number of external directors (Note 8) G 4-j 3 3 3 3 3
Percentage of external directors (Note 8) G 4-j 30.0% 33.3% 33.3% 33.3% 33.3%

Scope of data collection:

  1. TIS INTEC Group consolidated
  2. TIS and domestic consolidated subsidiaries
  3. TIS, INTEC, AGREX, QUALICA, AJS, SorunPure, Chuo System(Until March 31, 2021), TIS System Service, TIS Solution Link, TIS Tohoku, TIS Total Service, TIS Nagano, TIS West Japan, TIS Hokkaido, and NEOAXIS(Until March 31, 2021)
  4. TIS, INTEC, AGREX, QUALICA, AJS, TIS System Service, TIS Solution Link, and MFEC (non-consolidated basis, from fiscal 2021)
  5. TIS, INTEC, AGREX, QUALICA, AJS, TIS System Servic, and TIS Solution Link
  6. TIS, SorunPure, TIS System Service, TIS Solution Link, and TIS Total Service
  7. TIS parent

Notes:

  1. Figures for fiscal 2018, fiscal 2019, fiscal 2020, fiscal 2021, and fiscal 2022 are based respectively on April 1, 2018; April 1, 2019; April 1, 2020; April 1, 2021; and March 31, 2022.
  2. Figures for fiscal 2018, fiscal 2019, fiscal 2020, fiscal 2021, and fiscal 2022 are based respectively on June 1, 2018; June 1, 2019; June 1, 2020; June 1, 2021; and June 1, 2022.
  3. Percentage of employees absent from work for more than 30 consecutive days due to injury or illness (at fiscal year-end)
  4. Percentage of employees who responded positively to the question, “Overall, the company is a good place to work”
  5. Number of employees hired during the fiscal year and hired on April 1 of the following fiscal year
  6. Scope 1, Scope 2 emissions are calculated using the following formulas.
    Scope 1 emissions: Fuel consumption x heating value per unit x CO2 emission factor. CO2 emission factor based on Law Concerning the Promotion of the Measures to Cope with Global Warming.
    Scope 2 emissions: Consumption of electricity/steam x CO2 emission factor. CO2 emission factor based on Act on the Rational Use of Energy.
  7. Scope 3 emissions are calculated in accordance with “Basic Guidelines on Accounting for Greenhouse Gas Emissions Throughout the Supply Chain ver.2.4 (Ministry of the Environment)”.
  8. Figures for fiscal 2018, fiscal 2019, fiscal 2020, fiscal 2021, and fiscal 2022 are based respectively on June 30, 2017; June 30, 2018; June 30, 2019; June 30, 2020; and June 30, 2021.

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