IR Policy

Careerlink is dedicated to the quick disclosure of information to shareholders and other investors based on the principles of transparency, fairness and continuity. Disclosure activities comply with the Rules for the Timely Disclosure of Corporate Information by Issuers of Listed Securities of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (“Timely Disclosure Rules”). In addition, we are committed to the timely and extensive disclosure of information that is not covered by the Timely Disclosure Rules.

Disclosure methods

For information covered by the Timely Disclosure Rules, we announce information by using the TDnet timely disclosure system that is provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, as stated in these rules. In addition, as a rule, this information is promptly posted on the Careerlink IR website.
Information not covered by the Timely Disclosure Rules is posted on the Careerlink IR website in order to provide information to investors with accuracy and fairness.

Forward-looking statements

Some information provided by Careerlink includes earnings forecasts and other forward-looking statements. These statements are based on management’s judgments using information that was available when the statements were prepared. Actual performance may differ significantly from these outlooks due to changes in the economy, market conditions or other external factors.

Silent period

Careerlink has silent periods that begin on the day after the end of a fiscal period and ends on the earnings announcement date. The purpose is to prevent leaks of information about results of operations and ensure the fairness of these announcements. During the silent period, we will not answer any questions about results of operations or make any comments. However, even during a silent period, we may make an announcement if there is information that management believes may have a significant effect on investment decisions.

Other items

When using information on the Careerlink website, please read this IR information disclosure policy as well as the disclaimer.

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* When an event that needs to be announced occurs and a Board of Directors meeting cannot be held immediately, the representative directors have the authority to make information about the event public without a resolution by the Board of Directors.