b"KING & WOOD MALLESONS BACK TO NAVIGATIONOUR PEOPLE SIVE W OR K NTAL M USE GAS E OUR ENVIRONMENTSUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:L U P L A E NDER EQUALI N M E A N A E NHO MISSI SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: C D POLICY L POLICY C T Y G ON I G G E N King & Wood Mallesons has a commitment to V E O E RI E B GROSS SS I R INITIATIVES: M GR T developing and implementing sustainable business I Q I 6,118t3.6t/employeeT + practices to minimise our environmental impact. Y PUBLISHED PUBLISHED INITIATIVES: VEarth Hour EINITIATIVES:Equitable Briefing CommitmentN 0.00% 0.00% 0.24% Employer of Choice for Gender Equality N We have implemented processes and technologiesHosting and/or leading external programs (CommBar/LCA/etc)Gender sensitive promotionPOLICY SCOPE that minimise our carbon footprint, including greenIDAHOBIT DayInternal networks and/orE T 14.4t audits, programmed sensors for lighting, low committeesLaw Council D&I CharterLegaland recruitmentHosting and/or leading externalONE 0.24%supportLGBTIQ+ Awareness training programsInternal networks and/or committees ENV. ENV. EMS wattage globes, recycling, video conferencing, IMPROVEMENT MANAGEMENTCERTIFICATION Pride in Diversity MembershipTraining - International Women's DayLaw Council D & IIN DEVT TARGET SYSTEM (EMS) water saving devices and the incorporation of LGBTIQ+ awareness unconscious biasCharterPay Equity AmbassadorStructured female and inclusionWear it Purple47% 0.00% sustainable design principles in our office fit outs.World Aids Day advancement programTraining - Gender inclusion SCOPE 2,845tPOLICY TWO 47% We have a social responsibility as one of Australias 30% 57% 65% 0.09 0.00 largest law firms to be accountable for what we t/m2 t/m2FEMALE FEMALE FEMALE consume, and how this consumption affects the O GICAL W E LGENDERP E R U S A G 51% 2.2% environment, not only in Australia but also within a PUBLISHED TARGET STAFF STAFF SCOPE 3,258t global context. O L INITIATIVES: L EQUITY PARTNERS LEGALNON-LEGAL A E THREE t/em oy 8t/emplo 53%B PHBeyond Blue programsBlackCERTIFICATION: 1 0 The firm has made a commitment to actively .8 e e .0 e eE pl yC Dog programsPsychological PEFCFSCNCOSreduce our carbon footprint and the impact of our Y support/EAPDomestic ViolenceI NS AwarenessHosting and/or leading externalAL WEL 103,584kg 1.3% NET business on the environment through programsMental Health Awareness Week G L implementing changes in all Australian centres. Our PMental health first aid training and support I C B E kg/e ycled 6,118t3.6t/employee Mental Health Champion/Manager S loycon primary focus is on reducing our energy and water I 6 0 e e R e n t Mindfulness and Stress Management Training Y INITIATIVES: N mp c e consumption, actively recycling and effectively tH G Resilience@Law memberR U OK? Day programsSalary continuanceSignatory -PDiscount health insurance managing our waste, making our properties and Minds Count TJMF GuidelinesErgonomicsGympremises more efficient, choosing to travel only POLICY membershipsFitness andCYCLIN when necessary and opting to use video and wellbeing awareness and promotionE GSTAFF Flu vaccinationsFruit boxes 2020 AusLSA R OFFICES teleconferencing facilities for meetings.MassagesProactive health checksSURVEYS Team events participationWork100% 100% We work with our current suppliers, and encourage PUBLISHED based physical fitness SUSTAINABILITY PROFILEpotential new suppliers through our tender POLICY processes, to actively participate and deliver LE W OR K sustainable outcomes in the services they provide I B P L 80% 100% to the firm.X A STAFF L E INITIATIVES: C SURVEYS FAgile workingCareerEbreak/SabbaticalsCarer's leave % of\x1fce a Child CareFlexible hours of work vailability Flexible working comms and support Job sharingPart time options Purchase LeaveReturn from leave concessionsStudy leaveRemote working tools and systemsTime in lieuUnpaid leaveVolunteer leave Headcount: 1,712 (FTE)Floor Area: 31,137m2POLICY183 WEEKS WEEKS 97%PAID PARENTAL LEAVE Recognised as one of the worlds most innovative law firms, King & Wood MallesonsBLE PRIMARY SECONDARY RETURN TO offers a different perspective to commercial thinking and the client experience. WithI TA G I OUR COMMUNITYWORK AFTERPUBLISHED CARER CARER PARENTAL R VLEAVE access to a global platform, a team of over 2400 lawyers in 28 locations around theA INITIATIVES: I Nworld works with clients to help them understand local challenges, navigate throughHCorporate donations G SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: regional complexity, and to find commercial solutions that deliver a competitiveCInternal appeals andKWM is proud of the ongoing contribution we make advantage for our clients.collectionsWorkplaceto the Community. Community Impact, KWMs giving matchingWorkplace As a leading international law firm headquartered in Asia, we help clients to openL V O L U giving programs social impact programme, deploys pro-bono legal CT / RIS doors and unlock opportunities as they look to Asian markets to unleash their fullG A N T services, social mobility projects, skilled & D M E E 50% community volunteering initiatives and philanthropy OUR GOVERNANCE U K potential. Combining an unrivalled depth of expertise and breadth ofINITIATIVES: CORPORATE PARTICIPATION across Australia and Singapore through a strategic N A relationships in our core markets, we are connecting Asia to the world, andLBlood donationsESUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:O N the world to Asia.volunteering activitiesGIVING IN CORPORATE poverty affecting young people (especially First R and multi-layered approach to reduce inequality & POLICY NBoardsOrganisedPROGRAM GIVINGC A I NF G OSecondments to NGOsSkilled We take a partnership approach in working with clients, focusingvolunteeringStudent tutoringNations people). Through this approach, our NO not just on what they want, but how they want it. Alwaysand mentoring G award-winning social impact programme seeks to EM pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved, we areinspire & empower our people to work together to E 36% create a more just society whilst addressing the D E reshaping the legal market and challenging ourstructural and major justice challenges of our time. O N clients to think differently about what aNON-PROFIT/ NON LEGAL PARTICIPATIONC T COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERINGIN NON LEGAL The central pillars of our work are to improve the law firm can be. PARTICIPATION ACTIVITIES VOLUNTEERINGCODE OF COMPLAINTS RISK BCP OR legal system, support equal justice & opportunities, CONDUCT & GRIEVANCE MANAGEMENT ERPTRAINING MECHANISM PLAN AINA E G AL PRO B O N O US RECO N C I and strengthen society. UST M BLE L O N L I In FY20 KWM performed 51,292 hours of S AINA N Further pro-bono legal work which equates to 61.90 E AG I G TinformationH A from AusLSA hours per lawyer annually. C INITIATIVES: IY SUPPLIER E The below icons provide limitedDAffirmative procurement programs O KWM is a signatory to the National Pro-Bono L STANDARDS COVER: M information about the firms legal proNCultural awareness trainingInternshipN Target, with a commitment of 35 hours of P bono commitment. More extensiveI and employment programsNAIDOCCommunity DevelopmentE information is reported by the Australian Propro-bono legal work per lawyer annually. P Week activitiesNational ReconciliationEnvironmental ImpactsFairN Bono Centre and on individual firms websites. WeekPro bono supportReconciliationOur people donated 4,058 volunteering hours in ULabour PracticesGender S EqualityHuman Rights T STRATEGY Action PlanScholarships and/or studentFY20 Indigenous Inclusion mentoringCollaboration for reconciliation As at 30 June 2020, DigDeep, KWMs TARGET MET POLICY RAP Workplace Giving project exceeded $12.5M in PUBLISHED PRO BONO donations. Launched firm-wide in 2002 the CENTRESUSTAINABLE STANDARDS STANDARDS MODERN NSW STATE FEDERAL TARGET STRETCH program has resonated, and been well ACTION SUPPLY CHAIN APPLY TO APPLY TO SLAVERY LEGISLATION LEGISLATION PUBLISHED PLAN LEVEL supported, by KWM partners and staff. MANAGEMENT EXISTINGNEW PROGRAM PARTICIPATIONPARTICIPATIONSUPPLIERS SUP P LIERS IN DEVT In FY20 $981,204 donated through DigDeep.121"