Our inclusive culture embraces and celebrates diversity and nurtures an environment where different cultural backgrounds, experiences, and ideas play an active role in cultivating a common identity.
A diverse workforce fosters innovation and success, which is why we continue to take strides in achieving gender diversity, with female representation in senior positions rising by 2.6% in FY22. And why around the world we promote diversity within the industry at large through activities like Women in STEM, or Women’s History Month, which celebrates the voices of hundreds of Hitachi Rail colleagues worldwide.
Our Impact in FY22
10% increase in employee satisfaction
96% of employees hired with open-ended contracts
0.68 lost time injury frequency rate (28 fewer incidents vs. last year)
Female representation on the workforce increased by 80
An average of 19 training hours per employee (over 265,000 total training hours)
Read more of our social case studies below:
Hitachi Engineer Avantika Das is an (E)Quality Role Model
Throughout March, Hitachi Rail women across the globe are raising their voices to celebrate and amplify their contribution to the Hitachi business, our customers, and society. Here Avantika Das, Quality Lead with Hitachi Rail shares how having the courage and confidence to “raise her voice” has helped her forge an exciting and rewarding career in engineering – a field traditionally and still largely dominated by men.