OUR PEOPLE OUR GOVERNANCE SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: 201 SUSTAINA AusLSA GENERAL MEMBER: F L E XIBLE WORKPLA C E I N C LUSIVE WORKPLA C E GENDER EQUALITY • International Women's Day participant • WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality • WGEA Pay Equity Ambassador • Male Champions of Change • BakerWomen program designed to support progression and advancement of women. INITIATIVES: C O D E O F C O N DUCT / RISK M A N A G E M E N T CODE OF CONDUCT TRAINING • Pride in Diversity Membership • LGBTI Awareness training • Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) reporting • IDAHOT Day Participant • Principal sponsor of the Out for Australia program INITIATIVES: • Labour • Environment • Consumer Issues • Community S U S T A I N A B L E SUPPLY CHAIN M A N A G E M E N T SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT STANDARDS APPLY TO NEW SUPPLIERS POLICY • Flexible hours of work • Time in lieu • Part time work • Job sharing • Telecommuting • Unpaid leave • Carer’s leave INITIATIVES: P H YSICAL WELLBEI N G • Ergonomics • Health checks • Flu vaccinations • Work based physical fitness INITIATIVES: P S Y C H O LOGICAL WELL B E I N G • Signatory to the TJMF • RUOK programs participant • Confidential professional psychological support • Mental health first aid training INITIATIVES: S U S T A I N ABILITY REP O R T I N G BCP OR ERP COMPLAINTS & GRIEVANCE MECHANISM RISK MANAGEMENT PLAN SUPPLIER STANDARDS COVER: GENDER EQUITY TARGET PARTNERS LEGAL STAFF NON-LEGAL STAFF 18% FEMALE 49% FEMALE 87% FEMALE POLICY RETURN TO WORK AFTER PARENTAL LEAVE 94% PRIMARY CARER SECONDARY CARER 3 WEEKS 14 WEEKS POLICY D I V E R S I T Y POLICY L G B T I POLICY STAFF SURVEYS POLICY STAFF SURVEYS POLICY REPORT CSR Baker & McKenzie is unique among law firm knowledge, experience and capabilities of our market Australian companies benchmark themselves a globally, not just domestically. We provide o solutions they expect from a leading global pragmatism and seasone Our Australian practice was established in Syd and in Brisbane in 2014. Our lawyers wor colleagues, collectively providing a capacity lawyers and 6,000 professional staff in 77 lo We advise on market-leading transactio and industry sectors. We source an increasing number of significant assignments emanating from A market-leading compan Headcount: 503 (FTE) Baker & McKenzie is committed to diversity, inclusion and workplace flexibility. In 2010, the Australian offices of the Firm established a Diversity & Flexibility Steering Group (DFSG) to drive a strategic agenda of improving diversity outcomes. The DFSG is chaired by Anne-Marie Allgrove, a Partner and Firm Management Committee Member. The DFSG is responsible for progressing and implementing the goals of the Firm’s Diversity and Flexibility Strategy and supporting the implementation of strategies and programs to maintain and further develop a diverse, inclusive and flexible culture. Our award-winning diversity initiatives and programs are focussed in four areas: • BakerWomen - Gender equality and supporting the progression of women • BakerDNA - Ethnic, indigenous and cultural diversity • BakerBalance - Supporting carers and parents, employee wellbeing and workplace flexibility • BakerLGBTI - Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex diversity. We have a number of innovative practices to promote equal employment, health and wellbeing. These include: • active support by senior leaders to sponsor our BakerWomen Program which has resulted in increased mentoring and support for the progression of women • key performance indicators regarding gender equality objectives for senior leadership • established support systems for implementing and supporting flexible work arrangements. Baker McKenzie is governed by a global and local management structure consisting of a global Policy Committee on which all offices are represented, an Executive Committee of 8 elected partners, regional councils and individual offices. Designated practice groups operate at the global, regional and office levels. The Policy Committee guides the overall strategy of the Firm and makes decisions on policy matters. The Executive conducts the day-to-day affairs of the Firm and has primary responsibility for management. A subcommittee of the Policy Committee is the Professional Responsibility and Practice Committee, responsible for overseeing ethical and practice standards globally. Regional Councils develop regional strategy and policy and implement global Firm initiatives. Each practice group is responsible for the advancement of that group’s business plan, quality assurance, professional development, and service delivery. The Australian partnership has a full time Managing partner, a partner who acts as Chair of an elected Management Committee, a Risk & Quality Committee, a Conflicts Committee and a Flexibility and Diversity Committee. This comprehensive and successful governance structure demonstrates the Firm’s commitment to effective governance at all level and allows the Firm’s priorities to be implemented consistently across the Firm globally and in Australia. BAKER MCKENZIE