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1. Personal Information Protection Policy
Human Development Institute, Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “HDI”), as a human resource consulting service provider, recognizes that its business activities fall under provisions as an entity handling personal information as determined by the “Personal Information Protection Law,” and considers the proper management of personal information as a matter to be abided by under the provisions of the Personal Information Protection Law as well as other regulations related to personal information.

2. Basic Principles
HDI’s basic principles concerning the Personal Information Protection Law are as follows;

(1) Restrictions by the Purpose of Use
(2) Proper Acquisition
(3) Maintenance of Data Accuracy
(4) Security Control Measures
(5) Disclosure, Correction, Deletion or Suspension of Provision to Third Parties

Based on these five principles, HDI shall handle personal information as mentioned below.

3. Purpose of Use (Provision to Third Parties)
For the purpose of introducing suitable employment, HDI shall, with permission of the applicant, provide personal information limited to the organization offering employment (hereinafter referred to as “Client”). Personal information provided by HDI shall include information that enables specific individuals to be identified by items such as, but not limited to, name, gender, date of birth, address, telephone number, in addition to information which is required in order to search for new employment, such as, but not limited to, curriculum vitae and employment history. Such personal information shall be provided to the Client by mail, facsimile, or e-mail under the condition that the Client will abide by the basic principles of the Personal Information Protection Law.

4. Proper Acquisition
HDI shall not acquire personal information through false or dishonest means. In the event that HDI receives personal information from a third party, the providers of such personal information shall be limited to those who abide by the Personal Information Protection Law.

5. Maintenance of Data Accuracy
HDI shall take all possible measures to ensure Clients are provided with the most accurate and recent personal information by confirming the content of said personal information with the individuals concerned.

6. Security Control Measures
HDI shall properly manage personal information, adopting preventative countermeasures against illicit access to, loss of, destruction of, falsification of and/or leakage of personal information.

7. Disclosure, Correction, Deletion or Suspension of Provision to Third Parties
Upon request from an individual, HDI shall, without delay, disclose, correct, delete or suspend the provision to any third parties of personal information, with the exception of cases in which the proper and smooth operation of HDI’s business may be obstructed.

Any inquiries or complaints related to the disclosure, correction, deletion or suspension of provision to third parties should be brought to the attention of HDI personnel.
TEL: 03-4500-6860 E-mail:

Yasufumi Ojima
Vice President
Human Development Institute Co., Ltd.
1-8-1, Nihonbashi Kayabacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0025
Policy effective as of January 1, 2006