Contribution to the society based on our corporate philosophy

Contribution to the society based on our corporate philosophy

In accordance with our corporate philosophy, ‘here at DIP we want to tap into dreams, ideas and passion to create a better society’, we continue to reflect on how we can make the best possible contribution to our clients, users and other valued stakeholders. We aim to adapt our internal structure to position DIP to respond appropriately to various unpredictable incidents in this rapidly changing world.

Our initiatives against the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

Since the beginning of 2020 the spread of the coronavirus has spawned a climate of fear around the world. We have spent a great deal of time discussing the steps that DIP can take to address this crisis.

Naturally we have taken prudent measures to avoid contagion, by encouraging remote working protocols, adopting flex-time scheduling, restricting our employees from using crowded trains or gathering in large groups, etc.

Furthermore, we have begun to offer free job postings on our recruiting sites for clients in urgent need of short-term replacements for their current employees who are required to stay home with children due to the cancellation of all public-school classes and activities. Also, we have announced a temporary relief compensation program for users of our sites employed at any of our client companies in a part-time or contracted capacity who may fall ill as a result of the coronavirus.

Realizing that many of our users are part-time or contracted employees we understand full well that they do not enjoy the benefits of paid absence or leave allowance that protect regular employees. As distasteful as it is, we must recognize the possibility that some of these users may contract a coronavirus related illness and face serious financial pressures resulting from a loss of income on top of the stress caused by their health issues. DIP would like to alleviate some of the financial anxiety among our users, wherever they are employed, by offering relief compensation to those who are not protected by the safety nets available to regular employees.

Furthermore, we hope that this relief program may serve as a springboard to initiate a larger conversation regarding the disparity in working conditions between part-time and contracted employees, and those in regular employment.

Following our corporate philosophy, ‘here at DIP we want to tap into dreams, ideas and passion to create a better society’, we will continue reflecting on how we can make the best possible contribution to our society.