b"HALL & WILCOX BACK TO NAVIGATIONOUR PEOPLE SIVE W OR K NTAL M OUSE GAS E OUR ENVIRONMENTSUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:L U P L A E NDER EQUALI N M E A N A E NH MISSI SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: C D C G T Y G E GROSS ON I POLICY L POLICY E INITIATIVES: E R N At Hall & Wilcox, our purpose is To enable our I V G O G 1,049t1.4t/employee SRE B M people, our clients and our communities to thrive. R TNational Greenhouse and S I I Energy Reporting (NGERs)0.00% 0.00% 1.2% To stay true to this purpose, we are committed as a VI Q INITIATIVES: ET + SCOPE 12.5t firm to taking a leadership role in responding to the Y compliant reportingEarth Hour N Employer of Choice for Gender Equality NWorld Environment Day ONE 1.2% challenge of climate change. INITIATIVES:Equitable Briefing CommitmentE T Hosting and/or leading external programs (CommBar/LCA/etc)Internal networks orPOLICY We have an active Environment Committee thatIDAHOBIT DayLGBTIQ+ AwarenesscommitteesInternational Women's DayNSW Law58% 0.00%trainingWear it PurpleWear it PurpleSociety CharterStructured female advancementSCOPE 608t meets and reports regularly. Our EnvironmentMidsumma/Mardi Gras Recognition programTraining - Gender inclusion ENV. ENV. TWO 58% Committee runs awareness events, recycling IMPROVEMENT MANAGEMENT 0.06 0.00 Trans Awareness Week PUBLISHED TARGET SYSTEM (E MS) training and other activities in support of POLICY 30% 60% 83% IN DEVT t/m2 t/m2 sustainability initiatives. FEMALE FEMALE FEMALE SCOPE 38% 2.6% 428tGENDER We have substantially reduced our emissions and ALEQUITY PARTNERS LEGALNON-LEGAL U S THREE 5t/e 4t/e 41%O GIC W E L PUBLISHED TARGET STAFF STAFF P E RA G 0.5 mploy e e 0.0 mploy e e environmental footprint in recent years through L A going open-plan, reducing paper use and similar O L E CARBON 0% 100% projects. This has resulted in a 38% reduction in H INITIATIVES: B PCERTIFICATION: OFFSETS & per-employee emissions between 2012 and 2019. In CPsychological support/EAPEFSC RENEWABLES the last 2 years we have been offsetting all of our YMindfulness and Stress I NSManagement TrainingR U OK?L WEL 36,177kg 98% scope 1 and scope 2 emissions by purchasing gold P Day programsSalary continuance G I C A L B k g/e ycled NET standard carbon credits from WithOneSeed (aSignatory - Minds Count TJMFS E I loycon 0.00t0.00t/employee certified carbon farming program in Timor Leste). 4 9 e R e tGuidelines Y N mp e c nH INITIATIVES: t ePOLICY PErgonomicsGymG We are beginning the process of official membershipsFitness andYCLI certification as carbon neutral and expect to wellbeing awareness andE C N G achieve this over the next financial year. As part of STAFFpromotionFlu vaccinationsFruitRSURVEYSthe certification process our emissions base will PUBLISHED boxesMassagesProactive health2020 AusLSA OFFICES reset, so it is an opportune time to review our checksWork based physical fitness SUSTAINABILITY PROFILE100% 100% environmental goals and commit to ambitious POLICY emissions reductions. We will continue to report and review this regularly.LE W OR KI B P STAFF X L A PUBLISHED SURVEYS50% 100%L E INITIATIVES: C Career break/Sabbaticals EFCarer's leaveFlexible hours of% of\x1fce aworkJob sharingPurchase Leavevailability Religious and Ceremonial LeaveReturn from leave concessionsStudy leaveRemote working tools and systemsTime in lieuUnpaid leavePOLICY184 WEEKS WEEKS 100% Headcount: 733 (FTE)Floor Area: 10,622m2 PAID PARENTAL LEAVE RETURN TOPRIMARY SECONDARY WORK AFTER Hall & Wilcox is a leading independent Australian law firm of around 750 people, including more PUBLISHED CARER CARER PARENTAL BLE LEAVE than 90 partners, delivering outstanding legal services to corporate, public sector and privateI TA G I OUR COMMUNITYclients, both Australian-based and those offshore doing business in Australia. Our purpose is toR VA Ienable our clients, our people and our communities to thrive.H INITIATIVES: N SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:Corporate donations GOur success depends upon the success of our clients, our people, and the communities inCExternal events andThe firms community program has a strong focus which we live. Were renowned for our Smarter Law approach, which means we look beyondappealsInternal appealson mentorship and education. The firm has a long the status quo to think differently and find solutions that are better, faster and cheaper.and collections and proud history with the Australian Business and CT / RIS Smarter Law includes enabling technology, challenging business models, innovativeA L V O L U N IN DEVT Community Network (ABCN). The firm now K pricing and creative resourcing. We work with clients across sectors who lead, challengeT undertakes mentorship programs in nearly all of its OUR GOVERNANCE D U M and reshape their own industries. We build strong and enduring client relationships.G INITIATIVES: CORPORATE PARTICIPATION offices assisting students from disadvantaged N A E EL GIVING IN CHARITABLEO NClients tell us they value our commerciality, our responsive and personal service Blood donations E PROGRAM GIVING schools to realise their full potential. SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: BoardsCharity events andIN DEVTC POLICY A and our interest in their business and industry. Our collegial culture, shaped byappealsGeneral CommunityR Continuing this tradition, the firm has been one of our Hallmarks, guides the way everyone at Hall & Wilcox works every day.N Volunteering IF G N the first participants in the Gawamga Jina O O Organised volunteering activities We contribute to our communities through many areas, including Skilled volunteering Indigenous Careers Academy, which was initiated our substantial pro bono work, community initiatives andNStudent tutoring and mentoring by Career Trackers. This project introduces students E GE ME partnerships, sustainable environmental and supplyto career paths that they may not previously have DIN DEVTN chain practices and our Emerging Artistsconsidered. The firm plans to further develop its OProgram. NON-PROFIT/ NON LEGAL PARTICIPATION involvement in this project.C TCODE OF COMPLAINTS RISK BCP OR COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERING IN NON LEGALCONDUCT & GRIEVANCE MANAGEMENT ERP PARTICIPATION ACTIVITIES VOLUNTEERINGTRAINING MECHANISM PLAN AL PRO B O IN DEVT IN DEVT S RECO NUSTAINABL L E G N O N O U C ILS IN M A N E Further IH A A E ATYG I G Tinformationfrom AusLSA ILI R C INITIATIVES: IB E SUPPLIER E The below icons provide limitedDCultural awareness training OA P Y MN O STANDARDS COVER: bono commitment. More extensiveNInternship and employment programs NL information about the firms legal pro I P E IA R PCommunity Development information is reported by the Australian Pro NAIDOC Week activitiesNational TEnvironmental ImpactsFairN Bono Centre and on individual firms websites. Reconciliation WeekReconciliation Action UT Consumer and CompetitionS NPracticesFair Labour Practices T PlanScholarships and/or student mentoringISGender EqualityHuman Rights STRATEGYYalari charity U Indigenous InclusionS G POLICY RAPDATE SETPROMOTED PRO BONOPUBLISHED CENTRE REFLECTSUSTAINABLE STANDARDS MODERN FEDERAL TARGET ACTION SUPPLY CHAIN APPLY TO SLAVERY LEGISLATIONPLAN LEVELMANAGEMENT N EW PROGRAM PARTICIPATIONSUP PLIERS IN DEVT113"