b"2021 AusLSA OUR PEOPLE OUR ENVIRONMENT OUR COMMUNITY OUR GOVERNANCESUSTAINABILITYSUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: PROFILE Hall & Wilcox is proud of its culture. We are committed toAt Hall & Wilcox, our purpose is To enable our people,Our approach to community is \x1frmly directed by our purpose, inThe Hall & Wilcox Board of Partners (Board) is creating a workplace that is welcoming, inclusive and supportive.our clients and our communities to thrive.particular, to enable our communities the thrive. We do thisresponsible for \x1frm strategy, \x1frm governance, \x1frm Ongoing development of our people is a key priority. We areTo stay true to this purpose, we are committed as a \x1frm tothrough using our skills as lawyers to provide access to justice viaclients, \x1frm performance and risk management. The committed to building and supporting a learning culture whichtaking a leadership role in responding to the challenge ofpro bono work, giving our people access to worthwhileBoard discharges its responsibility for risk management features structured learning and development programs alignedclimate change.We have an active Environmentvolunteering experiences such as our longstanding relationshipvia the \x1frm's Legal Excellence & Risk Committee (a to the \x1frm's strategy, creating a high performance learningCommittee that meets and reports regularly.Ourwith the Australian Business and Community Network (ABCN),subcommittee of the Board) as regards client/legal risks, culture. This includes supporting our people to work \x1eexibly toEnvironment Committee runs awareness events, recyclingsupporting charity partners \x1fnancially through workplace giving;and via the COO, the Managing Partner and the \x1frm's balance their professional, personal and family life, health andtraining and other activities in support of sustainabilityand contributing to reconciliation through our RAP and supportCorporate Services managers as regards all other wellbeing.initiatives. of the Uluru Statement from the Heart. categories of risk. We advocate a holistic approach to wellbeing to support ourWe have substantially reduced our emissions andResponsibility for individual risks is allocated in people both in and outside the workplace. This is also achievedenvironmental footprint in recent years through goingaccordance with the \x1frm's Risk Register, which is by our pro bono practice and our engagement with not-for-pro\x1ftopen-plan, reducing paper use and similar projects.Thismaintained by the COO and the General Counsel. The community groups, individuals and charities. We run ahas resulted in a 38% reduction in per-employee emissionsRisk Register allocates responsibility for business coordinated pro bono practice that acknowledges the time spentbetween 2012 and 2019. continuity risk to the COO, as regards physical risks to by our people on pro bono matters. Recognising that there is abuilding and equipment, and to the IT Manager, as compelling unmet need for these legal services in ourIn the last 2 years we have been offsetting all of our scoperegards technology risk. The \x1frm's Executive Leadership community, we encourage and give full credit for pro bono work1 and scope 2 emissions and a large part of our Scope 3Team (ELT) is responsible for collaborating in leading the to everyone at the \x1frm. emissions by purchasing gold standard carbon credits\x1frm and its practices. The ELT is responsible for Firm: Hall & Wilcox Lawyers from WithOneSeed (a certi\x1fed carbon farming program inmanaging \x1frm operations. Responsibility for managing Headcount: 706 (FTE) Timor Leste) and the Aboriginal Carbon Fund. We haveindividual \x1frm policies that govern the conduct of \x1frm commenced the process of certi\x1fcation as a carbonpersonnel is allocated primarily to the relevant Corporate Floor Area: 11,293m 2 neutral \x1frm and expect to achieve this over the nextServices manager. Each policy will be overseen by either \x1fnancial year. the Board or the ELT, in conjunction with the relevant \x1frm Hall & Wilcox is a leading independentAs part of the certi\x1fcation process our emissions base willcommittee (if applicable), depending on the subject Australian law \x1frm of around 750 people,reset, so it is an opportune time to review ourmatter of the policy.including more than 90 partners,environmental goals and commit to ambitious emissions delivering outstanding legal services toGENDERPOLICY reductions.corporate, public sector and private34% 61% 83% We will continue to report and review this regularly.EQUALITY FEMALE FEMALE FEMALEclients, both Australian-based and those GENDERoffshore doing business in Australia. OurEQUITY PARTNERS LEGALNON-LEGALpurpose is to enable our clients, ourINITIATIVES: PUBLISHED TARGET STAFF STAFF GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS INDIGENOUSPOLICY RAP CODE OF CONDUCT POLICYpeople and our communities to thrive. Charter for the Advancement of WomenEquitable Brie\x1fng CommitmentRECONCILIATION /RISK MANAGEMENT(CommBar/LCA/etc)Employer of Choice for Gender EqualityStructuredREFLECTOur success depends upon the success offemale advancement programTraining - Gender inclusionHost or leadGROSS EMISSIONS ACTION our clients, our people, and thePUBLISHEDexternal programsInternal networks or committeesInternational Women's652t0.92t/employee PLAN LEVELDayLCA Diversity and Inclusion Charter Training - Gender awarenessINITIATIVES:communities in which we live. Wereunconscious biasAf\x1frmative procurementCultural awareness trainingIndigenous 76% 0.00% 1.8% CODE OF COMPLAINTS RISK BCP ORrenowned for our Smarter Law approach,506t employment and internshipsInternship and employmentNAIDOC WeekCONDUCT & GRIEVANCE MANAGEMENT ERPBUILDINGSNational Reconciliation WeekPro bono supportReconciliation Action PlanTRAINING MECHANISM PLANwhich means we look beyond the statusD 78%Scholarships and student mentoringINCLUSIVEI POLICY L POLICY 0.04quo to think differently and \x1fnd solutionsV G t/m2WORKPLACE E Bthat are better, faster and cheaper.R T SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY POLICYS I 0.00% 20.7% 1.7% NON LEGALSmarter Law includes enablingI PUBLISHED Q PUBLISHED 146t IN DEVT CHAIN MANAGEMENTT +technology, challenging business models,INITIATIVES: Y TRAVEL 22% VOLUNTEERING0 . 1 9t/e e e 0 .0 2t/e e einnovative pricing and creative resourcing. DCA membershipHost or lead external programsLCA Diversity andmploy mploy NON-PROFIT/ NON LEGAL PARTICIPATIONInclusion CharterTraining - Cultural awareness unconscious biasIDAHOBITCOMMUNITY VOLUNTEERING IN NON LEGALPARTICIPATION ACTIVITIES VOLUNTEERINGWe work with clients across sectors whoDayInternal networks or committeesPro bono legal supportVPC Pride0% 100% IN DEVT IN DEVTMonthInter\x1frm NetworkMidsumma/Mardi Gras RecognitionTransCARBON INITIATIVES: SUSTAINABLE STANDARDS STANDARDS MODERN FEDERALlead, challenge and reshape their ownOFFSETS &Art Exhibition and AcquisitionBlood donationsBoardsCharity eventsSUPPLY CHAIN APPLY TO APPLY TO SLAVERY LEGISLATIONAwareness WeekLGBTI awareness training Pride in Diversity MembershipMANAGEMENT EXISTINGNEW PROGRAM PARTICIPATIONindustries. We build strong and enduring Wear it Purple Day RENEWABLES and appealsCommunity VolunteeringOrganised volunteeringSkilledSUPPLIERSSUPPLIERSclient relationships. Clients tell us theyvolunteeringStudent tutoring and mentoring SUPPLIER STANDARD COVER:value our commerciality, our responsiveNET EMISSIONSHuman RightsEnvironmental ImpactsFair Labour Practices FLEXIBLEPOLICYFair Consumer and Competition PracticesCommunity 184 0t0t/employeeand personal service and our interest inWORKPLACE WEEKS WEEKS 94% CHARITABLE 9% DevelopmentIndigenous InclusionGender Equalitytheir business and industry.RETURN TO GIVINGPRIMARY SECONDARY WORK AFTEROur collegial culture, shaped by ourPUBLISHED CARER CARER PARENTAL CORPORATE PARTICIPATION SUSTAINABILITY LEAVE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY GIVING CORPORATEINITIATIVES:Hallmarks, guides the way everyone at Career break /SabbaticalsCarer's leaveFlexible work hoursJob sharingMANAGEMENT INITIATIVES: PROGRAM GIVING REPORTINGHall & Wilcox works every day. We Leave return budget adjustmentsPart time optionsPurchased leave Corporate donationsExternal charity events and appealsInternal Appeals ENV.contribute to our communities through Religious and ceremonial leaveRemote working tools and systemsStudyPUBLISHED IMPROVEMENT and CollectionsMatched workplace givingWorkplace giving PROMOTEDmany areas, including our substantial proleaveTime in lieuUnpaid leaveVolunteer leave INITIATIVES: TARGETbono work, community initiatives and Earth HourWorld Environment Day LEGAL STRATEGYpartnerships, sustainable environmentalPSYCHOLOGICALPOLICY PRO BONOand supply chain practices and ourWELLBEING RECYCLING86% 86% 57% 57% TARGET METThese icons provide limited information about the \x1frms Emerging Artists Program. STAFFPRO BONOSURVEYS(OFFICES) legal pro bono commitment. More extensiveCENTREPUBLISHED information is reported by the Australian Pro BonoTARGETINITIATIVES: % of\x1fce availability Centre and on individual \x1frms websites. Host or lead external programsMental Health Awareness WeekPartner / Manager program for managing mental health issues in the workplaceMentalFurther informationHealth Awareness sessionPsychological support/ EAPResilience and stressPAPER 18,075kg 96% from AusLSAmanagement trainingR U OK? programsSalary continuanceMinds CountUSAGE26 R tTJMF Guidelines kg/employee ecycled contenPAPER CERTIFICATION:PHYSICALPOLICYFSCNCOSWELLBEINGSTAFF PUBLISHED SURVEYS INITIATIVES: Breakfast programWork based wellness sessionsDiscount health insuranceErgonomicsGym membershipsWellness awareness and promotionFlu vaxFruit boxesMassagesProactive health checksTeam events Work based exercise sessions"