UNIQLO began actively hiring people with disabilities in 2001.We have almost achieved our goal of hiring more than one disabled person per store since 2012. In 2022, the employment rate in Japan of people with disabilities is 4.9%*, significantly exceeding the statutory employment target in Japan (2.3%). Employment is not limited to Japan, and is expanding globally, with approximately 1,500 staff members working in various countries or regions.*as of June 1st 2022

Training for store managers

To ensure employees with disabilities can expand their skills and reach their potential, we provide training for store managers and able-bodied employees on how we can work together effectively. Through this training, we aim to improve our performance through mutual respect, regardless of disabilit

Barrier-free stores

Fast Retailing launched a project to help customers with disabilities enjoy shopping at UNIQLO stores. Reflecting the opinions of customers and employees, many UNIQLO departments, such as the sales and store development departments, collaborated to evaluate and improve store facilities and operations, including the introduction of barrier-free stores.

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Special Olympics

Special Olympics is an international sports organization that provides people with intellectual disabilities a variety of sports training and competition opportunities in which to participate. UNIQLO has been a national partner of Special Olympics Japan since 2002. UNIQLO South Korea and Singapore are also supporting the World Games. To date, UNIQLO has donated uniforms for athletes, volunteers and staff members. We also have supported the operation of each competition.

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