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Abstract
Survey Number 0196
Survey Title Fact-finding Survey on the Employment of University Graduates and the Employment of Women in Career-track Jobs, 2000
Depositor Japan Institute of Workers' Evolution
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Summary One year has past since the Equal Employment Opportunity Law was amended. The original EEO Law only imposed a moral duty on employers to endeavor to treat women equally to men, where as the amended law prohibited discriminatory treatment against women in all stages of employment. This survey was conducted by the request of the Ministry of Labor to find out the working situation of women in the career track of an enterprise and how these women view their work life. At the same time, the survey aims to search the situation regarding recruitment and hiring of the students who would prospectively graduate from college in March 2000, and look into whether enterprises have made changes in their recruitment and hiring to abide by the amended EEO Law.
Universe [survey of enterprises] enterprises whose business is not tied to agriculture or forestry and who have 300 or more employees.
[survey of individuals] women in the career track of the enterprises included in the survey.
Unit of Observation Individual,Organization
Sample Size [survey of enterprises] 2,982 response from enterprises (24.1%)
[survey of individuals] 3,134 women in the career tack.
Time Period 2000/02/01
Spatial Unit
Sampling Procedure
Mode of Data Collection Survey by mail
Investigator Japan Institute of Workers' Evolution
Sponsors (Funds) Women's Bureau of the Ministry of Labor
Related Publications (by the Investigator) "Daisotsu-sha no Saiyo-jokyo oyobi Sogoshoku-jyosei no Shugyo-jittai Chosa Kekka Hokokusho," (The Results of the Survey of the Employment Situation of College Graduates and Working Situation of Women in the Career Track), 2000, Japan Institute of Workers' Evolution.
Related Publications (based on Secondary Analysis) List of related publications (based on Secondary Analysis)
Documentation [Kigyou Chosa-hyo][Kojin Chosa-hyo]
Major Survey Items Two survey sheets were used, one for the enterprises and one for individuals.

[Survey of enterprises]
1) Demographics of the enterprises: name of the enterprise; location; main business or main products; number of employees regularly hired; division to which the person answering the survey belong.
2) Hiring Situation of the College Graduates: number of college graduates of March 1999 and prospective college graduates of March 2000 the enterprises recruited, actual number of people the enterprises hired (total number and the number of women).
3) Separation of Career/non-career tracks: whether there are two tracks; number of women hired into the career track each year and number of women in the career track who quit working; number of women hired into each division; number of managers (total of men and women, women, women in the career track); ways to utilize women in the career track.
4) Changes made due to the amendment of the EEO Law: revision of employee management system, things being changed (15 items).

[Survey of individuals]
Demographics: the main business or the main product of the enterprise the respondent works for; size of the enterprise; age; marital status; children; years of service; content of the job; position at work; way through which the respondent have come to be on the career track
Questions: career since the respondent came to be on the career track; experience of being transferred; thoughts on transfers; reasons to work on the career track; differences in the treatment of men and women in terms of personnel management and the content of the difference; satisfaction in the present job; work situation after the Labor Standard Act was amended; impediments in continuing your work; things you need to continue your work; preferable career pattern; thoughts on work and life in the future
Date of Release 2001/07/11
Version Japan Institute of Workers' Evolution
Registered on July 11, 2001.
Topics Employment/Labor
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