Having fulfilled certain requirements, such as achieving the goals prescribed under the Action Plan for April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2015, Nagasaki University was accredited by the Nagasaki Labor Bureau on July 13, 2015 as a General Business Owner Conforming to Standards (“Child-rearing Support Corporation”), receiving the KURUMINN
Next Generation Support Certification Logo.
Nagasaki University Action Plan Based on the Act on Advancement of Measures to Support Raising Next-Generation Children
Nagasaki University Action Plan
An action plan shall be formulated as follows in order to enable all University staff to demonstrate their full capabilities by creating an environment where staff are able to balance work and child-raising and where it is friendly for all staff to work in accordance with the Act on Advancement of Measures to Support Raising Next-Generation Children.
1．Period of Plan
Five (5) years from April 1, 2015 until to March 31, 2020.
Based on the 4th Action Plan, Nagasaki University’s 5th Action Plan for Measures to Support Raising Next-Generation Children aims to further publicize and promote various support systems, pouring further effort into changing people’s awareness as well as creating an environment that facilitates balance between work and child-rearing and spreading information/providing education regarding childbirth and child-rearing.
【Goal 1】Promotion of the establishment of on-campus childcare facilities (Bunkyo District)
|April 2015||Based on the results of a questionnaire regarding the establishment of on-campus childcare facilities (Bunkyo District), deliberations aimed at the establishment of on-campus childcare facilities shall begin.|
【Goal 2】Encouragement of staff taking annual paid leave
|February 2016||Promotional activities shall be carried out encouraging staff to take annual paid leave・February 2016Efforts shall be made to promote the scheduled use of annual paid leave|
【Goal 3】Increase the incidence of staff taking child-rearing leave during the plan period to the following levels:
Male staff members: One or more staff members take child-rearing leave
Female staff members: 80% or more staff members take child-rearing leave
|November 2015||Educational activities regarding participation in child-raising shall be carried out aimed at male staff members who are eligible to take child-rearing leave|
|November 2015||Educational and promotional activities shall be carried out using PR brochures|
（Published on March 18, 2015）