b"MADDOCKS BACK TO NAVIGATIONOUR 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 C E T N INITIATIVES: G E ON I POLICY L POLICY E G Y E N Maddocks seeks to lead by example through the I V G OGreen Star rated buildingsE R GROSS SE B M G adoption and implementation of environmentally S T R 4-6 starNational Greenhouse1,306t2.5t/employeeRI I I and Energy Reporting (NGERs)E sustainable practices. VT INITIATIVES:YINITIATIVES:International Women's Day participantNEarth Hour 0.00% 0.08% 0.89%compliant reportingECO-Buy N During FY18-19, we continued our journey to helpWGEA Employer of Choice for Gender EqualityE T SCOPE 12.7t our people keep sustainability front of mind - bothPride in Diversity MembershipLGBTI WGEA Pay Equity AmbassadorMale ChampionsPOLICY ONE 0.97% in the workplace and at home. Awareness trainingAustralian Workplaceof ChangeCaretaker partner initiativeCoaching for Equality Index (AWEI) reportingIDAHOTmen and women returning from parental leave In order to progress as a sustainable organisation, Day participantActive LGBTI Paid primary carers leave for men and women ENV. ENV. we look for opportunities to: networking groupWear It Purple IMPROVEMENT MANAGEM ENT 73% 0.00%Day participant POLICY 37% 59% 82% TARGET SYSTEM (EMS) SCOPE 952t Optimise the use of natural resources in our FEMALE FEMALE FEMALE TWO 73% operations to reduce carbon emissions through 0.09t/m2 0.00t/m2 efficiency, reuse and waste reduction GENDER GICAL W EQUITY PARTNERS LEGALNON-LEGAL E R U S A Maximise sustainable practices in the O L O E L TARGET STAFF STAFF P G SCOPE 24% 1.9% 341t procurement of our supplies and services INITIATIVES: L A E THREE 6t/e 5t/e 26% Encourage sustainable thinking in our people, B PH CERTIFICATION: 0 .0 0 .0y e e e eCSignatory to the TJMF ENCOSOther mplo mploy clients and communities. YRUOK programs participant I N Certi\x1fcations Our approach is also governed by an SBlack Dog programs participant G AL WELL NETPCon\x1fdential professionalI C B 39,477kg 97% 1,306t2.5t/employee Environmental Policy and Environmental psychological supportMental healthS E I Management System (EMS), which has been \x1frst aid trainingPsychological \x1frstY N y on adopted by the firm. 7 5 k g/e e R e ycled tH ec nINITIATIVES: G mploc t eaid, wellbeing and safety training of P&C staff P Staff are encouraged to limit travel whereverErgonomicsHealth checkspossible so as to reduce carbon emissions. POLICYFlu vaccinationsWork basedYCLIphysical \x1ftnessCorporate sports 2019 AusLSA R E C N G The firm has embarked on a Paper Lite projectTriathlonWinneke Cup SUSTAINABILITY PROFILEOFFICES with the aim of reducing paper consumption.POLICY 100% 100%I B LE W OR K PX L A 33% 100%L E INITIATIVES: CFFlexible hours of work E Time in lieuPart time work % of\x1fce a ilability Job sharingTelecommuting va Unpaid leaveCarers leavePOLICY183 WEEKS WEEKS 90%Headcount: 525 (FTE)Floor Area: 11,185m2RETURN TOPRIMARY SECONDARY WORK AFTERCARER CARER PARENTALLEAVE Maddocks is an independent Australian corporate law firm with offices in Melbourne,A BLE G ISydney and Canberra. We assist clients across the range of legal issues, with aR I T V OUR COMMUNITYparticular focus on the built environment, education, government, healthcare andA Itechnology sectors.H INITIATIVES: N SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:Corporate donationsGWe also provide a range of specialist expertise, including dispute resolution andCFoundationsSalesWe take seriously our role as a member of the litigation, employment and safety, financial services, franchising and insolvency.support for The Big Issue communities in which we operate. (Melbourne)We work collaboratively with our clients to build strong, sustainable relationshipsWe aim to create social and economic benefits for U CT / RIS - our longest is now more than 100 years old.L V O L U these communities through pro bono work, the OUR GOVERNANCE D K M Our culture is based on core values that are promoted and observed acrossG A N T CORPORATE Maddocks Foundation, our support for various N A E causes and by the volunteering of our employees the firm. These values are:IntegrityStewardshipCollaboration andE INITIATIVES: GIVING time and skills. The focus for these programs is in O N EC POLICY working together in promoting the interests of the firmCommitmentLBoardsNon LegalPROGRAM the areas of homelessness, mental health, welfare, SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: A RF G to doing things better through excellence, change and innovationN volunteering programs I human rights and education / literacy. O Allocation of paid volunteerNORespect for the value of the individual and diversity. time for employeesIn FY18 total pro bono hours reached more than EE M N G 8,000, equating to 29.06 pro bono hours for every D E full time lawyer. O N Maddocks are also a signatory to the National C CODE OF COMPLAINTS RISK BCP OR COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERING Aspirational Pro Bono Target. T NON-PROFIT/ NON LEGALPARTICIPATION ACTIVITIESCONDUCT & GRIEVANCE MANAGEMENT ERP IN DEVTTRAINING MECHANISM PLAN CH AL PRO B O N S RECO N C I In FY19 the Maddocks Foundation made grants PLYA I L E G O N O U L totalling $125,000 to 8 various charities that support U P N Further E I the disadvantaged. S M information A In FY19, the Maddocks Small Grants Program which I G TSUPPLIER from AusLSA INITIATIVES: provides grants up to $2,000 to support initiativesILITY R E A IB E L STANDARDS COVER: N The below icons provide limitedD OA P information about the \x1frms legal pro Reconciliation Action Plan of organisations undertaking socially responsible O BEnvironmentConsumerNNAIDOC Week activitiesNationalNN A bono commitment. More extensivework in which staff of Maddocks are personally I R A IssuesIndigenous Inclusion I Reconciliation Week activitiesSponsored AGender Equality G information is reported by the Australian Protwo students for NAIDOC Week Year 12involved allocated $20,700 to fund 13 projects. T T N Bono Centre and on individual \x1frms websites.SummitSupport the Indigenous MarathonIn addition to these initiatives there is an annual S REPORT I N I A E M STRATEGY Foundation Maddocks Board Scholarship - awarded to a U POLICY RAP Maddocks employee to engage in a project directed T ES NGSUSUSTAINABLE STANDARDS STANDARDSDATE SETSUPPLY CHAIN APPLY TO APPLY TOtowards benefiting the community or a charity.S T CENTRE IN DEVTCSR MANAGEMENT PRO BONOTARGET ACTION IN DEVT PLAN LEVEL"