b"2020| GENERAL| MINTERELLISONMEMBEROUR PEOPLE SIVE W OR K NTAL M USE GAS E OUR ENVIRONMENTSUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:C L U P L A NDER EQUALI M E A N A NHO MISSI SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: D POLICY L POLICY C E T N E OMinterEllison is a law firm at its core, and weN V B E G E NI G Y G GROSSare trusted for our deep capability andI R I OE T E R 2,888t1.3t/employee SM GS Q R INITIATIVES:I Iintegrated services. What sets us apart isT PUBLISHED + PUBLISHED 0.07% 0.02% 0.91%that we are a purpose led organisation thatY VEarth Hour E SCOPE 29tcreates lasting impacts with our clients, ourINITIATIVES: INITIATIVES: N POLICY N ONE 1.0%E Employer of Choice for Gender Equality Tpeople and our communities. AWEI reportingIDAHOBIT Day Internal networks and/or committeesHosting and/or leading external programsOur learning programs align and reinforce Pride in Diversity MembershipInternational Women's DayPay Equity Ambassador 35% 0.00% Specific LGBTIQ+ EAPTraining - Structured female advancement program PUBLISHED SCOPE 1,003tour culture, the MinterEllison Way, which isLGBTIQ+ awareness unconsciousTWO 35%all about building authentic and enduringbias and inclusion POLICY 29% 57% 80%0.02t/m2 0.00t/m2relationships; delivering excellence without Wear it Purple FEMALE FEMALE FEMALEattitude; being curious and innovative;59% 5.2% GENDERSCOPE 1,856tmaking diversity, in all its forms, central toEQUITY PARTNERS LEGALNON-LEGALcollaboration; and supporting sustainablePUBLISHED TARGET STAFF STAFF THREE 64%GICAL W E R U S A 0.7 4t/employe e 0.07t/employ e eways of working. 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