FAST RETAILING DIVERSITY&INCLUSION
Talking Inclusive Fashion with Gordon Reid: Global Brand Ambassador Joins UNIQLO for Panel Discussion in Germany
We Received Top Rating in D&I Award!
New content added: What Diversity Means to Us
New content added: Commitment from Management
(CEO, GU CO., LTD. Osamu Yunoki)
Held Talk Session with Womenomics Pioneer Kathy Matsui for International Women's Day
Fast Retailing embraces and promotes diversity and inclusion. We believe these concepts nurture our culture, helping to change our business, the people working within it, and all of society for the better. We respect and appreciate each individual’s points of difference and personality and strive to create a diverse team where every person has equal opportunity to use their greatest abilities to fulfill their potential.
Message From CEO
Fast Retailing embraces diversity as one of its most valued principles. Our general philosophy is that the clothes we make should serve to enrich every person's life, and in the case of UNIQLO LifeWear, it is apparel that is MADE FOR ALL—for everyone around the world. Accordingly, our products must be created by a diverse group people and based on a rich mix of human insights.
We believe a culture of inclusiveness can engender great respect for each other’s values. This empowers us to learn from each other and to continue innovating and transforming our business for customers.
FAST RETAILING CO., LTD
Chairman, President and CEO
LifeWear,Diversity & Inclusion
We are the company that creates LifeWear.
LifeWear reaches beyond nationality, ethnicity, gender and age. It is simply clothing for everyone. To meet the expectations of LifeWear from a very large and diverse population of global customers, we place great emphasis on creativity. That’s why we have developed a team of personalities and talent from all around the world.
Creativity comes from understanding your customers, the people you work with, and the people you will meet.
Accordingly, we will accelerate our promotion of diversity and inclusion, and will continue contributing to society through LifeWear.
Global Diversity Leadership Team
Fast Retailing has established the Global Diversity Leadership Team to promote diversity and inclusion globally. In addition to global measures such as improving awareness and conducting trainings, we will implement various measures tailored to local conditions.
Jalin Wu Group Senior Vice President
It is the difference and diversity of people and talents that bring new ideas, solutions, and possibilities to nurture creativity and execution excellence. As a global company, we have the responsibility to develop and promote diversity!
John C Jay President of Global Creative
How can you have new ideas, new inspirations? How can you appreciate different cultures, perspectives, or experiences? The answer is simple：surround yourself with different types of people, with unique personalities, from different backgrounds and cultures. Live a life of diversity and celebrate the wonderful differences in people. Diversity is important if you seek a quality of life based on respect and humanity.
Taku Morikawa Group Executive Vice President
I think a diverse culture is one where people who have completely different ideas, experience, backgrounds, and skills can learn from and respect each other. It describes a group of unique personalities who share the same goal to work as one team.
Miyuki Isozaki Group Senior Vice President
To provide products and services that satisfy all customers around the world, all employees working at Fast Retailing must work together as one team on a daily basis. Fast Retailing is engaged in a variety of initiatives to maximize diversity, and we will continue to enhance our efforts in this area.
Serena Peck Group Senior Vice President
To me, diversity means having a broad range of perspectives, ideas, and hearing the voices of those with differing experiences and points of view. It also means welcoming different opinions to make the best decision, and making all participants feel their voices are valued. Diversity is a form of empowerment.
Diversity is important because our customers are diverse. To best serve them, we need to understand their needs, tastes and perspectives. This is critical for us to be successful on a global scale.
Commitment from Management
Fast Retailing Holds Talk Session with Womenomics Pioneer Kathy Matsui for International Women's Day
Fast Retailing Receives Top Rating in D&I Award
Recognized for initiatives promoting corporate diversity
What diversity means to us
“I wish to reach my true and full potential.
My aim is to inspire others because everyone has an equal chance to face challenges”
Deepthi Merudi Manager, Human Resources, General Administration & Sustainability, UNIQLO India
Taking action across all departments
Transforming the minds of staff and the entire business
Evelyn Tan Director, Legal, UNIQLO Malaysia
With My Colleagues Wishing Me Greater Success, I Can Step Forward More.
I Realized “I can do better!”
Hitomi Ueda GU Fujisawa-Ishikawa Store in Japan
Various Career Development Paths and Working Styles
Creating a Working Environment with More Diverse Options
Satomi Matsuzaki Director, Global Merchandising, Uniqlo
Bringing Together People with Diverse Backgrounds and Talents
Enhancing Greater Creativity
Jason Sabatino Director, Global In-store Merchandising, Uniqlo
Creating a Better Team with Greater Mutual Understanding
Shoko Kubota Store Manager, LACHIC PLST Nagoya Store, Japan
Working to Bring More Happiness to Every One of Our Diverse Customers
Tadamasa Ito UNIQLO Gizna Store in Japan
Embracing the Inclusive Future of the Apparel Industry
Julius Miu VMD Manager for Europe, UNIQLO Germany
Fleeing from Syria and Realizing Hopes of a New Life in Germany Working Actively and Happily at UNIQLO, and Meeting Someone Special
Abdul UNIQLO TAUENTZIEN, Germany
Working in a Dynamic Diverse Company to Achieve Inclusive Globalization
Oskari Hamalainen Manager, Global Education, Fast Retailing
“The team needs to be diverse to provide the best shopping experiences for all customers”
Kaman Leung COO, UNIQLO Belgium/the Netherlands
“Part-time to full-time store manager. I want to make people I work with happier.”
Tomoko Adachi Store manager of UNIQLO Aeon-Mall kakamihara store in Japan
“A place where everyone can be their true self”
Jonas Lehmann-Karp Vice President, Legal in US