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MOL Human Resource Data (as of March 31, 2016)

Employees

    FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Number of employees
Excludes expatriate employees, loaned employees, contract employees and parttimers. etc.
  Land Sea Land Sea Land Sea
Male 444 269 438 277 465 277
Female 162 7 168 7 177 6
Total 606 276 606 284 642 283
Number of employees by position
Excludes loaned employees, contract
employees and part-timers, etc. / Includes
expatriate employees
General
managers
Male 23 11 21 10 22 8
Female 0 0 0 0 2 0
Subtotal 23 11 21 10 24 8
Group leaders Male 178 103 171 113 175 116
Female 8 0 8 0 5 0
Subtotal 186 103 179 113 180 116
Managers Male 162 108 150 101 143 97
Female 9 0 12 0 11 0
Subtotal 171 108 162 101 154 97
Below
manager level
Male 278 259 289 262 286 271
Female 200 9 196 11 200 12
Subtotal 478 268 485 273 486 283
Total 858 490 847 497 844 504
Ratio of females in managerial positions*1(%)   4.5 0 5.5 0 5.0 0
New hires Male 19 22 19 20 18 25
Female 7 1 6 2 8 1
Total 26 23 25 22 26 26
Ratio of employees with disabilities (%)   1.9*3 2.0*3 1.9*4
Average years of continuous service*2   16.0 11.0 16.0 11.0 16.1 11.0
Job turnover rate within 3 years of continuous service*2(%)
Calculation method: (New graduate hires resigning within 3 years of joining the company) / (New graduate hires over past 3 years)
1.3 3.0 2.6 1.5 3.9 1.4

*1. Excludes loaned employees, contract employees and part-timers, etc.
*2. Excludes expatriate employees, loaned employees, contract employees and part-timers. etc.
*3. The number of employees with disabilities meets the statutory employment number of employees with disabilities
*4. 2.07% as of April 2016

Employee Support Systems

    FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Number of annual leave days taken*5
(including summer vacation)
Days 11.6 12.8 13.3
Percentage (%) 43.7 47.4 50.3
Maternity leave
(pre- and post-childbirth)
*6
Number of employees 3 7 13
Ratio (%) 100 100 100
Paternity leave usage*5 Number of takers 23 21 19
Ratio (%) 45 100 73
Child-care leave system*6 Number of users
(males shown in brackets)
9(1) 9(1) 14(3)
Usage rate (%) 100 100 100
Short-time work shift to allow for child-care Number of users 1 1 3
Retirement reemployment system after spouse transfer
Introduced in FY2014
Number of users - 0 2
Working mothers*6 Number 39 43 33
Nursing care leave system Number of users 0 0 0
Re-employment system for mandatory retirees Number of employees 1 2 0

*5. Excludes personnel working onboard, loaned employees, contract employees and part-timers, etc.
*6. Excludes expatriate employees, loaned employees, contract employees and part-timers, etc.

Care Support Systems System Application Period and Details
Childbirth Pre-and post-childbirth leave 8 weeks of leave before and after childbirth
(Of those weeks, 6 weeks are paid)
Child-care Child-care leave Until a child becomes 2 years old
Short-time work shift 1 hour shorter work day
Overtime work exemption Until a child becomes 3 years old
System for partial work at home Can work at home for 6 hours
Nursing Care Nursing care leave Up to 2 years leave
Short-time work shift 1 hour shorter work day
Special working arrangements Flexible working hours

Other Support System

"Refresh" Leave: Employees are allocated extra holidays after 15 years and 25 years of continuous service.

Industrial Accidents (on land)

Industrial Accidents (on land) FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Industrial accidents
(excludes commuting accidents)
Number of cases 0 6 5
Industrial accident leave Number of days 0 55 5.5

*Days of Industrial accident leave for FY2014 have increased due to employee falls, broken bones, and other injuries during business trips.

Employee Education

  FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Education/Training cost Land-based ¥/person 80,000 130,000 120,000
Ocean-going ¥/person 374,000 327,000 301,000

(Note 1) The cost to the Human Resources Division (including part of the costs for English language training programs taken by ocean-going employees)
(Note 2) Education and training costs for ocean-going employees do not include travel and accommodation expenses.

Number of MOL Group Employees

Number of Employees (person) FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Bulkships 1,307(118) 1,342(121) 1,357(139)
Containerships 5,348(348) 5,534(350) 5,456(354)
Ferry & Domestic Transport 878(89) 858(86) 845(62)
Associated Businesses 2,099(1,503) 2,123(1,468) 2,160(1,489)
Others 364(81) 351(78) 355(71)
Company-wide (common) 293(65) 300(71) 327(66)
Total 10,289(2,204) 10,508(2,174) 10,500(2,181)

(1) The number of employees includes the entire labor force, and the approximate average number of temporary employees is indicated in parentheses.
(2) The employees indicated as Company-wide (common) belong to administrative departments, which cannot be classified in any specific segment.

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