CSRCorporate Social Responsibility
This section introduces the evaluation received from outside the company.
- “Best Workplaces” ranking, included in the rankings for 6 years in a row
- Acquisition of The Omotenashi Standard Certification 2017 ★★(Navy Blue certification) from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
- Certified in 2018 as one of the “White 500” companies excelling in health and productivity management
- Highest rating in DBJ Employees' Health Management Rated Loan Program and certification under the Regional Empowerment Program
- Recognized as a “Sports Yell Company” by the Japan Sports Agency and as a “Sports Promotion Company” by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government
- Contribution to reducing CO² through the Rene oil Field program
- Received the “Inamori Manager Award”
“Best Workplaces” ranking, included in the rankings for 6 years in a row
In 2018, Renaissance participated in the “Great Place to Work” survey conducted by the Great Place to Work® Institute Japan and was once again listed among the top companies (1,000 or more employees category), for the sixth year in a row.
With our corporate vision of being a “company for creating purpose in life”, Renaissance strives to help customers to maintain and improve their health and ultimately help them find something to live for. We also endeavor to be a company in which employees can find their purpose in their work and life through their careers. So we take this ranking as recognition that we have succeeded in realizing our corporate vision.
Renaissance will continue to pursue what it has dubbed “Customer Emotional Satisfaction” and “Employee Emotional Satisfaction.”
Acquisition of The Omotenashi Standard Certification 2017 ★★(Navy Blue certification) from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
RENAISSANCE has been awarded the ★★ Navy Blue certification under the The Omotenashi Standard Certification Program established by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. The aim of this program is to visualize the quality of service provided by businesses in the service industry through the award of certificates, and to thereby revitalize the service industry and local economies.
In FY2017 the ★★ Navy Blue certification was awarded to Sports Club RENAISSANCE (98 branches nationwide) run by our company. In addition to RENAISSANCE’s efforts to respect the desires of its customers, its continuous efforts to nurture the development and growth of its employees through measures such as improving its manuals and training systems and holding customer service competitions were highly valued. Our company views the award of this certificate as a new opportunity for growth, and we will strive to provide our spirit of hospitality to many customers.
Certified in 2018 as one of the “White 500” companies excelling in health and productivity management
Renaissance has received certification as a White 500 company (large enterprise category) under the 2018 Certified Health and Productivity Management Organization Recognition Program from METI and Nippon Kenko Kaigi.
The aim of this certification system is to recognize large, medium, and small enterprises that excel in health and productivity management. Efforts such as those concerning local health issues and the health promotion activities advocated by Nippon Kenko Kaigi are considered for the certification.
Established with the aim of increasing the number of enterprises implementing health and productivity management, the White 500 certification is administered by METI in cooperation with Nippon Kenko Kaigi, an organization comprising leaders of business, medical, and municipal organizations. The recognition implied by the certification has further encouraged our company to commit to its active promotion of the health of our employees and continue its outstanding health and productivity management.
Highest rating in DBJ Employees' Health Management Rated Loan Program and certification under the Regional Empowerment Program
RENAISSANCE has obtained finance from the Development Bank of Japan (DBJ), based on its top-ranking “DBJ Employee Health Management” rating and the certificate which it was simultaneously awarded under the “Regional Empowerment Program”.
Through its rating system, the DBJ aims to recognize excellent companies that care about the health of their employees and set financing conditions accordingly.
RENAISSANCE plans to further enhance its active support for the health of its employees while systematically reforming their work style—thereby helping customers to create something to live for.
Recognized as a “Sports Yell Company” by the Japan Sports Agency and as a “Sports Promotion Company” by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government
RENAISSANCE has successfully applied for certification under the “Sports Yell Company” (a national sports promotion company) Certification Program (FY2017), organized by the Japan Sports Agency. The Japan Sports Agency established this program in FY2017 as a way of recognizing companies that proactively encourage employees to engage in sports to improve their health. The aim of the program is to nurture a social trend towards sports and encourage people in the “prime human resources” age-group—which tends to have insufficient exercise—to engage in sport.
Since announcing the RENAISSANCE Health and Productivity Management declaration, RENAISSANCE has strived to improve the health of its employees. The certificate was presented to the company in recognition of its efforts, which include proactively supporting employees to participate in running events and sports tournaments and allowing employees to participate in sports club activities in the studios where they work on days when they are closed or before opening hours.
In addition, RENAISSANCE has successfully applied for certification under the Sports Promotion Company Certification Program (FY2017) organized by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. Under the program established in FY2015, the Bureau of Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 Preparation presents certificates each year to companies that actively encourage their employees to participate in sports activities or which are engaged in activities that contribute to society in the field of sports.
Having announced the RENAISSANCE Health and Productivity Management declaration, RENAISSANCE has promoted a proactive program of health support for employees in conjunction with a systematic reform of employees’ working styles. The company has also fostered and encouraged various in-house club activities, while continuously promoting a wide range of initiatives such as encouraging head office employees to participate in fitness training. RENAISSANCE has been awarded the certificate three years in row since FY2015.
RENAISSANCE plans to continue its promotion of sports and other activities to improve the health of its employees. The company will also strive to undertake activities that will further benefit the broader community in the area of sports and health improvement.
Contribution to reducing CO² through the Rene oil Field program
In April 2012, entered into a TOKYO Yuden partner contract with Youse Co., Ltd. , and started a new cooperative project called Rene oil Field, which allows member to bring in used domestic cooking oil to a recycling station at Sports Club Renaissance within the Tokyo metropolitan area As a result, the oil collected from April 2014 to March 2015 was recycled into biodiesel fuel, cutting CO² emissions by 7,745.05 kg, and the company received a certificate for this contribution. We will continue to carry out ecological activities our guests can relate to easily for the preservation of our environment.
Received the “Inamori Manager Award”
Masaaki Yoshida, RENAISSANCE’s Representative Director, President and Corporate Officer, was awarded the “Inamori Manager Award” for “healthy growth and expanding profit ratio” at the 24th Global Meeting of Seiwajuku, held at PACIFICO Yokohama on July 13th and 14th, 2016.
The Inamori Manager Award is awarded by the head of Seiwajuku, Dr. Kazuo Inamori, who personally selects the winners from corporate diagnostic documents submitted by Seiwajuku participants.