Global HR Total Rewards, Executive Compensation

2020-05-22 | po-020040


One of the largest pharmaceutical company in Japan and Asia and a top 10 pharmaceutical company in the world. Established 1781 in Osaka, Japan.
Four areas: Cancer, Gastrointestinal, Neurology, and Vaccine
The company has over 30,000 employees worldwide and achieved 16.2 billion USD in revenue during the 2012 fiscal year.  The company is focused on metabolic disorders, gastroenterology, neurology, inflammation, oncology and vaccines through its independent subsidiary, Oncology.  Its headquarters is located in Chuo-ku, Osaka, and it has an office in Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo.
In January 2012, Fortune Magazine ranked as one of the 100 best companies to work for in the United States. Has been certified this year as a Top Global Employer by the Top Employers Institute — one of only 13 companies world wide, and one of just two pharmaceutical companies. 52% Men / 48% Women.
Average stay is 14.5 years.


1. Support CHRO and TR supervisors to realize the appropriate executive compensation process including directors and TET  (Takeda Executive Team) members
2. Participate in assessing the competitiveness of our executive and Board compensation practices, including working with external consultants, as needed.
3. Prepare annual executive compensation disclosures, materials for the Compensation Committee, and  the Board of Directors
4. Works closely with Legal, Finance, Corporate Strategy, IR, CEO office, Corporate communications and payroll teams, as it relates to executive compensation and incentive programs and may serve as a technical resource, as needed.
1. Plan the remuneration for directors and TET members.
2. Manage compensation payments for directors and TET members (prepare compensation statements, payroll setting in Japan etc.)
Prepare the materials for disclosures of directors compensation(Annual securities reports, Corporate governance reports, 20-F,and business report) according to Japanese law.
3. The daily operations of compensation committee and Nomination committee in the executive office.
4. Prepare benchmark data for executive compensation survey.
5. Update internal regulations relevance to Executives (CO, directors compensation, compensation committee, nomination committee and election of directors candidate etc.)  if needed.
6. Prepare proposals and QAs for GSM relevance to directors(directors election, the limit of directors bonus total etc.).
7. Prepare proposal matters and report matters for BOD.
8. Respond to queries and requests about compensation and resolve issue in a timely.


1. Language: Japanese (native level) and English (business level).
2. Good understanding of Japanese Corporate Act, labor law, requirement of corporate governance.
3. Knowledge of payroll processes and compensation planning
1. Experience in human resources or related field.
2. Competencies and Skills
3. high ethical standards, honesty, flexibility, legal compliance



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ライフサイエンス 業界
東京 勤務地
8 - 10 million 給与
スペシャリスト 職位