b"2021 AusLSA OUR PEOPLE OUR ENVIRONMENT OUR COMMUNITY OUR GOVERNANCESUSTAINABILITYSUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: PROFILE Our \x1frm stratgey showcases the importance of our people andMcCullough Robertson's environmental initiatives areOur strategy includes pro bono work, partner and staffWe adopt a corporate leadership model with senior what we strive for. Flowing from that is our people strategy iscoordinated by an Environmental Committee made up ofdonations and scholarships through the McCullough Robertsonmanagement responsibility resting with the Executive aligned with our purpose of Unlocking Success. Together. We arethe Chief Operating Of\x1fcer, two Senior Associates, anFoundation, sponsorships, staff community activities, fundraisingCommittee and Business Unit Leaders (BULs). The focused on enhancing the employee and partner experience forAssistant and an IT representative.and volunteering.Executive (four equity Partners, one of whom is the Chair) everyone. Our culture is our differentiator, and our engagementThe key responsibilities of the Environmental CommitteeOur areas cover: Access to justice; Health and mental health;sets the strategic direction and reviews performance. The efforts are focused on celebrating that culture and buildingare: providing prioritisation and recommended next stepsIndigenous education and capacity building; Rural and remoteBULs are responsible for day to day management, capability in our areas of expertise.for ideas to be worked on by environmental teams;communities and their activities; Community arts; Promotingimplementing the strategic plan and managing \x1fnancial We know that retaining employees that live our values is the keyendorsing processes to be followed by eachphilanthropy and corporate giving; Diversity and inclusion.performance. Industry Groups coordinate our market to us achieving success and delivering for our clients. Ourenvironmental team to investigate, analyse andfacing approach and report to the Executive. Our Chief Examples of our programs and activities include supporting newOperating of\x1fcer and Chief People Of\x1fcer work with the strategy which sets out the direction for growth and retentionimplement ideas; determining information requirementsand start-up nonpro\x1ft and community based entities,Executive and BULs and is responsible for the Business and gives every employee an opportunity to get involved and befor each type of idea e.g. investment budget, businessgovernance and training for new and existing organisations andSupport Services functions. challenged. Our strategy for the next three years outlines thosecase determinants, risks and internal and externalmentoring and supporting Indigenous organisations and areas we will invest in and look to improve on.resources; establishing metrics to track progress byprograms. We also encourage our lawyers to take up boardOur committees report to Executive: Our achievements this year include again being recognised as anEnvironmental Teams and the Environmental Programroles with community organisations.Ethics: assess and manage potential con\x1eicts of interest Employer of Choice as well as the Gold Status once again as partoverall; and oversight of appropriate communications andWe have signed up to Pro Bono Australia's Aspirational Targetand ethical issues of the AWEI as well as winning the inaugrual Champions of Prideengagement activities to ensure all staff are kept informedbecause the vision matched our own. Our activities include:Risk: monitor claims, complaints, risk management award with Lawyers Weekly. This recognition is a result of hardand involved. establishing charitable entities, corresponding tax concessionprogram outcomes and other risk issues, identify trends, Firm: McCullough Robertson work by everyone and the investment they make in our \x1frm.endorsement advice, employment relations, intellectualimplement strategies to minimise risk and continuously property, privacy, and property. As a founding member of theimprove our risk management systems Headcount: 265 (FTE) We are proud that during uncertain times our culture hasQueensland Public Interest Law Clearing House (now known asDiversity and Inclusion: review and change work practices Floor Area: 7,046m 2 remained strong. LawRight), we accept pro bono matters referred through ato make McCullough Robertson a competitive and number of its clinics, and also support JusticeConnect and thedesirable place for all staff and where professionals can Fair Work Commission Workplace Advice Service.develop their careers McCullough Robertson is a leadingWe have established a number of long-term partnerships withInnovation: consider, approve, prioritise and drive Australian independent law \x1frm withcommunity organisations, which provide our staff withimplementation of innovation projects and ideas and industry specialists combining legalopportunities to get involved in tangible ways.expertise with deep industry knowledgeLegal Environmental Action Forum: develop sustainability and foresight. With of\x1fces in Brisbane,policy and goals to reduce our environmental footprint Sydney, Canberra, Newcastle andGENDERPOLICY and raise environmental awareness.Melbourne, the \x1frm provides innovative,22% 65% 76%relevant and commercial legal solutions toEQUALITY FEMALE FEMALE FEMALE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS INDIGENOUSPOLICY RAP CODE OF CONDUCT POLICYmajor corporate, government and high netGENDER RECONCILIATION /RISK MANAGEMENTPUBLISHED EQUITY PARTNERS LEGALNON-LEGALworth individuals across Australia andTARGET STAFF STAFF GROSS EMISSIONS INNOVATEINITIATIVES: ACTION PUBLISHEDinternationally. Employer of Choice for Gender EqualityGender sensitive promotion and522t2.0t/employee PLAN LEVELrecruitmentHost or lead external programsInternal networks or committeesINITIATIVES:Established in 1926, the \x1frm's major focus International Women's DayLCA Diversity and Inclusion CharterMale82% 0.00% 0.90%Af\x1frmative procurementCultural awareness trainingIndigenousCODE OF COMPLAINTS RISK BCP ORareas are the resources and renewables,Champions of ChangePay Equity AmbassadorFemale advancement,431t employment and internshipsNAIDOC WeekNational Reconciliation WeekCONDUCT & GRIEVANCE MANAGEMENT ERPmentoring and coachingTraining - Gender awareness unconscious bias BUILDINGSPro bono supportReconciliation Action PlanScholarships and studentTRAINING MECHANISM PLANfood and agribusiness, technology,82% mentoringVolunteering and secondmentstelecommunications, infrastructure, real0.06t/m2estate, government and \x1fnancial servicesINCLUSIVED POLICY L POLICY SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY POLICYI G 0.12% 15.7% 1.7% NON LEGALsectors. We use deep industry knowledgeWORKPLACE V B 92t IN DEVT CHAIN MANAGEMENTER T TRAVEL VOLUNTEERINGand foresight, combined with technicalI Q 18%S I 0 0.3 2t/e e .0 3t/e eexcellence, to provide the best possibleY PUBLISHED mploy e mploy e NON-PROFIT/ NON LEGAL PARTICIPATIONT +INITIATIVES: COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERING IN NON LEGALoutcomes for all who work with us. Host or lead external programsInternal networks or committeesLCANET EMISSIONS INITIATIVES: PARTICIPATION ACTIVITIES VOLUNTEERINGDiversity and Inclusion CharterTraining - Cultural awareness unconscious bias522t2.0t/employeeBoardsCharity events and appealsOrganised volunteeringPaidSUSTAINABLE STANDARDS STANDARDS MODERN NSWBut theres more to our people than their AWEI reportingIDAHOBIT DayPro bono legal supportLGBTI awarenessvolunteer timeSkilled volunteering SUPPLY CHAIN APPLY TO APPLY TO SLAVERY LEGISLATIONMANAGEMENT EXISTINGNEW PROGRAM (PENDING) brilliant mindsits what they have to offertrainingOut for AustraliaPride in Diversity MembershipWear it Purple DaySUPPLIERS SUPPLIERSoutside the boardroom that makes World Aids Day SUPPLIER STANDARD COVER:McCullough Robertson truly special. WeENVIRONMENTAL POLICY CHARITABLECommunity DevelopmentEnvironmental ImpactsFair MANAGEMENT GIVING 90% Consumer and Competition PracticesFair Labour Practices are entrenched in our communities andFLEXIBLEPOLICYGender EqualityHuman RightsIndigenous Inclusion122ENV. CORPORATE PARTICIPATIONtake great pride in what can be achievedWORKPLACE WEEKS WEEKS 95% IMPROVEMENT GIVING CORPORATEwhen you put people \x1frst. We areRETURN TO IN DEVT TARGET INITIATIVES: PROGRAM GIVINGPRIMARY SECONDARY WORK AFTER INITIATIVES: SUSTAINABILITY passionate champions of our business, wePUBLISHED CARER CARER PARENTALEarth HourGreen Star building 4-6 starCharitable FoundationCorporate donationsExternal charity events and LEAVE appealsInternal Appeals and CollectionsMatched workplace givingREPORTINGcelebrate diversity and we look forINITIATIVES:sustainable solutions.Career break /SabbaticalsCarer's leaveChild CareFlexible work hours Workplace giving Flexible working promotion and supportJob sharingLeave return budgetRECYCLING100% 100% 20% 100% PROMOTEDadjustmentsPart time optionsPhased retirementPurchased leaveRemote working tools and systemsStudy leaveTime in lieuUnpaid leaveVolunteer(OFFICES) LEGAL STRATEGYleave % of\x1fce availability PRO BONOPUBLISHEDThese icons provide limited information about the \x1frmsPRO BONOPSYCHOLOGICALPOLICY 16,618kg 0% legal pro bono commitment. More extensiveCENTREWELLBEING PAPER information is reported by the Australian Pro BonoTARGETUSAGE Centre and on individual \x1frms websites.65kg/e ee R e ycledloy ccontentSTAFFmpPUBLISHED SURVEYSPAPER CERTIFICATION: Further informationINITIATIVES:FSCNCOSPEFC from AusLSA Beyond Blue programsBlack Dog Institute programsMental health training and internal supportMental Health Of\x1fce ChampionsHealthy Days policyPsychological support/ EAPR U OK? programsSalary continuanceMinds Count TJMF GuidelinesPHYSICALPOLICYWELLBEINGSTAFF PUBLISHED SURVEYS INITIATIVES: Discount health insuranceErgonomicsGym membershipsWellness awareness and promotionFlu vaxFruit boxesMassagesProactive health checksTeam eventsWork based exercise sessions"