Building a Lasting Future
The realization of a sustainable society as well as the creation of environments and opportunities for sustainable growth of businesses and workers will become increasingly important. At Frontier Consulting, a consulting firm committed to shaping the future for workers and workplace, we continue to strive to realize better work arrangements and society through our experience accumulated and challenges going forward.
Materiality: The Five Material Issues
Together with purpose development, we have identified our five material issues. We strive to realize a sustainable society through our business activities.
Development of sustainable work environments for workers, business organizations, and society
We contribute to a sustainable society not only by facilitating the production activities, growth, and creativity of workers and business organizations but also by developing community-conscious and environment-conscious work environments.
We create diverse work arrangements and work environments, thereby facilitating productive employment and rewarding and decent work regardless of age, disability, race, or gender. We also help workers and society improve their workplace literacy by sharing knowledge and information about workplace and work arrangements.
Provision of self-actualization opportunities for workers
We address physical, mental, and social well-being in the workplace and provide self-actualization opportunities for workers.
Support for the development of services and products focused on work arrangements
Focusing on research and technologies related to the work environment and work arrangements, we provide support for the development of services and products which would contribute to the improvement and diversification of work arrangements.
Creation of opportunities for inter-organizational partnerships
We create opportunities that function as “open” spaces that attract diverse individuals, business organizations, and communities, helping them form partnerships to accomplish their respective priorities.