b"2021 AusLSA OUR PEOPLE OUR ENVIRONMENT OUR COMMUNITY OUR GOVERNANCESUSTAINABILITYSUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: PROFILE Our vision is to be a leading global law \x1frm from D&I. Our approachAt Herbert Smith Freehills, we recognise that we all have aWe are committed to using our expertise, resources andHerbert Smith Freehills' risk management strategy is is outlined in *Leading for Inclusion, setting out our drive to create apart to play in balancing our growth as a business withleadership to deliver social impact through our global pro bonobased on building and maintaining a quality culture and a truly inclusive culture, while continuing to focus on speci\x1fc strands ofreducing our impact on the environmentwe want topractice. We prioritise vulnerable groups within society that mayrisk culture at all levels across the \x1frm and a robust claims diversity. We have a number of strategic global priorities, includingcreate a business community that operates in anbe at risk of marginalisation or systemic disadvantage. In FY21,prevention and management approach. It is underpinned gender, ethnicity and cultural background and mental health.environmentally sustainable, economically feasible andour Australian practice provided over 40,000 hours of pro bonoby our professional and ethical duties as lawyers and the In October 2019, we launched our \x1frst global mental health strategysocially responsible way.legal support to individuals and not for pro\x1ft organisations,need to protect our clients and the \x1frm's business**Thrive, focused on building awareness and education, removingWe strive to align our approach to sustainability across allprovided systemic advocacy, assisted clients through legal clinicsinterests. The \x1frm's culture is supported by a stigma and providing access to support/resources. Last year, weof our of\x1fces which allows us to respond to theand sent lawyers on pro bono secondments.comprehensive program of business and risk launched ***10 Actions for Change to improve representation andSustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on a global scale,Annually the \x1frm invests AUD$1,000,000 to our focus areas ofmanagement policies and procedures, incident reporting, experience of Black, First Nations, Asia and minority ethnic people.maximising our positive impact. Along with ourneed. These donations include supporting staff fundraisingauditing and training. The \x1frm has a separate In-House Actions cover a range of areas including attraction and recruitment,Counsel function which is responsible for managing analysis of ethnicity data, client engagement, outreach and supplierEnvironment Policy, we have committed to net-zeroactivities. Staff volunteer in a diverse range of ways including 6professional risk, enterprise and information security.diversity.carbon emissions by 2030.week skills sharing secondments with Jawun in the East Other recent achievements include:We are committing to reducing our overall greenhouseKimberley, supervising law students under the CareerTrackersLaunching our 'My Story' video campaign to share experiencesgas (GHG) emissions and then balancing that lower \x1fgureIndigenous Internship Program, providing business skills through the Covid-19 pandemic;with emissions removed from the earths atmosphere toworkshops to Yalari students, cooking meals for families at reach a net sum of zero. We are planning to do so in aRonald McDonald House and high school mentoring.Signing the Valuable 500 to improving disability inclusion acrossnumber of ways, including: using clean energy; workingIn September 2018, we launched our second Elevate the \x1frm;Firm: Herbert Smith FreehillsRe-launching our global trans and non-binary inclusion guidelineswith those suppliers who are also committed to reducingReconciliation Action Plan (RAP)the highest level of emissions; and supporting initiatives that remove anyendorsement from Reconciliation Australia. In March 2019, HSF Headcount: 1,870 (FTE) by enhancing support for individuals, teams and managers,carbon dioxide that the \x1frm produces from thewas one of eighteen law \x1frms in Australia to issue a joint public including through 1:1 coaching; Floor Area: 41,258m 2Setting new bold and ambitious gender targetsby 1 May 2023,atmosphere.response in support of the Uluru Statement from the Heart and its call for the establishment of a First Nations voice in the women will comprise 35% of partners, and partner leadershipconstitution. At Herbert Smith Freehills, we recogniseroles. that we all have a part to play in balancing our growth as a business with reducing our impact on the environmentwe want to create a business community that operates in an environmentallyGENDERPOLICY GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS INDIGENOUSPOLICY RAP CODE OF CONDUCT POLICYsustainable, economically feasible and33% 41% 72%EQUALITY FEMALE FEMALE FEMALE RECONCILIATION /RISK MANAGEMENTsocially responsible way.ELEVATEGENDER GROSS EMISSIONSACTION We strive to align our approach toPUBLISHED EQUITY PARTNERS LEGALNON-LEGAL 2,743t1.5t/employee PUBLISHED PLAN LEVELTARGET STAFF STAFFsustainability across all of our of\x1fcesINITIATIVES: INITIATIVES: Employer of Choice for Gender EqualityEquitable Brie\x1fng Commitment Af\x1frmative procurementCultural awareness trainingIndigenous which allows us to respond to the(CommBar/LCA/etc)Structured female advancement programTraining -91% 0.18% 0.60% employment and internshipsNAIDOC WeekNational Reconciliation WeekCODE OF COMPLAINTS RISK BCP OR2,521t CONDUCT & GRIEVANCE MANAGEMENT ERPSustainable Development Goals (SDGs)Gender inclusionGender sensitive promotion and recruitmentHost or leadBUILDINGSPro bono supportReconciliation Action PlanScholarships and studentTRAINING MECHANISM PLANon a global scale, maximising our positiveexternal programsInternal networks or committeesInternational Women's92% mentoringCollaboration for reconciliationVolunteering and secondmentsDayPay Equity AmbassadorTraining - Gender awareness unconscious bias 0.06t/m2impact. We care deeply about each of theSUSTAINABLE SUPPLY POLICYcommunities in which we work, and weD L 0.00% 7.1% 1.0% 222t NON LEGAL CHAIN MANAGEMENTINCLUSIVEI POLICY G POLICY TRAVELtake seriously our responsibility toV VOLUNTEERINGWORKPLACE E B 0 0 8%contribute positively to them.R T . 1 0t/e oy e e .0 1t/employ e emplS I NON-PROFIT/ NON LEGALI QT + COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERINGY PUBLISHED PUBLISHED NET EMISSIONS PARTICIPATION ACTIVITIESINITIATIVES: INITIATIVES: SUSTAINABLE STANDARDS STANDARDS MODERN FEDERAL NSW2,743t1.5t/employee SUPPLY CHAIN APPLY TO APPLY TO SLAVERY LEGISLATION LEGISLATION DCA membershipHost or lead external programsLCA Diversity and Blood donationsBoardsCharity events and appealsCommunityMANAGEMENT EXISTINGNEW PROGRAM PARTICIPATION (PENDING) Inclusion CharterTraining - Cultural awareness unconscious biasIDAHOBITVolunteeringHost external sporting eventsOrganised volunteeringPaidSUPPLIERS SUPPLIERSDayInternal networks or committeesLGBTI awareness trainingPride involunteer timeSecondments to NGOsSkilled volunteeringStudentSUPPLIER STANDARD COVER:Diversity MembershipWear it Purple Day ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY tutoring and mentoringHuman RightsEnvironmental ImpactsFair Labour Practices MANAGEMENTFair Consumer and Competition PracticesCommunity DevelopmentIndigenous InclusionGender EqualityUN Global FLEXIBLEPOLICY ENV. CHARITABLE compact and Sustainable Development Goals1818 IMPROVEMENTWORKPLACE WEEKS WEEKS 93% PUBLISHED TARGET GIVINGRETURN TO INITIATIVES:PRIMARY SECONDARY WORK AFTER NABERS ratingsNational Recycling WeekOf\x1fce Green TeamsCORPORATE SUSTAINABILITYREPORTCARER CARER PARENTAL GIVINGINITIATIVES: LEAVECitySwitch Green Of\x1fceEarth HourGreen Star building 4-6 starINITIATIVES: PROGRAM REPORTING Career break /SabbaticalsCarer's leaveChild CareDomestic violence NGERs compliant reportingWorld Environment DayCharitable FoundationCorporate donationsExternal charity events and leaveFlexible work hoursJob sharingLeave return budget adjustmentsappealsInternal Appeals and CollectionsWorkplace giving PROMOTED CSR - UNSDGs Part time optionsPurchased leaveReligious and ceremonial leave RECYCLING100% 100% 100% 100% Remote working tools and systemsTime in lieuUnpaid leaveVolunteer leave (OFFICES) LEGAL STRATEGY% of\x1fce availability PRO BONOPSYCHOLOGICALPOLICY These icons provide limited information about the \x1frmsTARGET METPRO BONOWELLBEING PAPER 46,012kg 0% legal pro bono commitment. More extensivePUBLISHED CENTREinformation is reported by the Australian Pro BonoTARGETSTAFFUSAGE Centre and on individual \x1frms websites.2 4 Re ec ntSURVEYS6kg/employe ycled conte.PUBLISHEDINITIATIVES: Further information Host or lead external programsMental Health Awareness WeekMental healthPAPER CERTIFICATION: from AusLSAtraining and internal supportMental Health Of\x1fce ChampionProfessional FSC resilience workshopsOn-site psychologist availableMental Health Champions programSignatory to Mindscount FoundationPsychological support/ EAPResilience and stress management trainingResilience at LawR U OK? programsSalary continuanceMinds Count TJMF GuidelinesPHYSICALPOLICYWELLBEINGSTAFF SURVEYS INITIATIVES: ErgonomicsGym membershipsWellness awareness and promotionFlu vaxFruit boxesProactive health checksTeam eventsWork based exercise sessions"