b'2021 AusLSA OUR PEOPLE OUR ENVIRONMENT OUR COMMUNITY OUR GOVERNANCESUSTAINABILITYSUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: PROFILE MinterEllison is a law \x1frm, trusted for our deep capability andAs a provider of commercial legal services, our overallMinterEllison has a long-standing Community InvestmentWe adopt a corporate leadership model with senior integrated services. What sets us apart is that we are a purposeenvironmental footprint is relatively small. Where ourProgram that focuses on "breaking cycles of disadvantage" inmanagement responsibility resting with the Executive led organisation that creates lasting impacts with our clients, ourelectricity does not form part of our lease, we use 100%key areas - homelessness, disadvantaged youth, alleviation ofCommittee and Business Unit Leaders (BULs). The people and our communities.green energy. Where possible, we aim to minimise ourpoverty and access to justice - as well as working alongside ourExecutive (four equity Partners, one of whom is the Our learning programs align and reinforce our culture, which isuse, and maximise our re-use of resources, includingRAP, Diversity & Inclusion and Sustainability initiatives. ByChair) sets the strategic direction and reviews all about building authentic and enduring relationships;challenging our landlords to provide green alternatives inengaging with the community, MinterEllison seeks to inspire itsperformance. The BULs are responsible for day to day delivering excellence without attitude; being curious andour tenancies.people and those with whom it works.management, implementing the strategic plan and innovative; making diversity, in all its forms, central toWe continue to seek new opportunities to improve ourWe prioritise long-term community partnerships featuring amanaging \x1fnancial performance. Industry Groups collaboration; and supporting sustainable ways of working.environmental performance and reporting progress to ourblend of Pro-Bono legal work, skilled volunteering, \x1fnancialcoordinate our market facing approach and report to the clients and the wider community. We are committed toassistance and in-kind support. These partnerships recognise thatExecutive. Our Chief Operating of\x1fcer (COO) works with Our learning culture encourages a growth mindset andassessing the environmental, social and economic impactsexpertise exists within the community sector and that socialthe Executive and BULs and is responsible for the investment in ongoing career development using a 70:20:10of our purchasing decisions. In doing so, we seek toimpact is best achieved through collaboration. Major partnersBusiness Support Services functions. learning model. We encourage our people to invest in theirpurchase products that: minimise greenhouse gasinclude Australian Business and Community Network, JusticeOur committees report to Executive: learning and provide robust knowledge and capability channelsemissions; maximise sustainability; utilise sustainableConnect, the Public Interest Advocacy Centre and LawRight. We to support personal growth aligned to our Firm\'s ambitions.Ethics: assess and manage potential con\x1eicts of interest Every person is provided with the opportunity to develop theircontent in production; are recyclable at life end; minimiseprovide signi\x1fcant Pro-Bono assistance to social enterprises andand ethical issues Risk: monitor claims, complaints, risk skills, collaborate across the Firm and with our clients, buildthe use of water; minimise toxicity; and source fromhelp to grow that sector. MinterEllison is a signatory to themanagement program outcomes and other risk issues, personal capabilities, share knowledge and to create diverseproducers and/or suppliers with a proven record ofNational Pro-Bono Target and has exceeded the target for theidentify trends, implement strategies to minimise risk Firm: Minter Ellison experiences in an inclusive, inspiring and innovative environment. environmental management and product stewardship. past eight consecutive years.and continuously improve our risk management systems We also seek to work with suppliers who: provide anWe are proud to have been recognised with multiple awards forDiversity and Inclusion: review and change work Headcount: 2,340 (FTE) assurance that no form of abuse or exploitation iscommunity work, including a Prime Minister\'s Businesspractices to make McCullough Robertson a competitive Floor Area: 43,648m 2 permitted within their supply chain and comply withCommunity Partnerships Award for the unique partnership withand desirable place for all staff and where professionals modern slavery legislation; offer Fair Trade productsChallenge DV, an organisation dedicated to ending domestic andcan develop their careers where appropriate, and share our commitment to creatingfamily violence, and we are proud of the impact we make inInnovation: consider, approve, prioritise and drive MinterEllison partners with clients tosocial bene\x1fts from unused or decommissioned products. people\'s lives. implementation of innovation projects and ideas, and provide integrated, innovative solutions.Legal Environmental Its teams collaborate across Australia, Asia and the UK to deliver exceptional serviceAction Forum: develop sustainability policy and goals to and new insight to a large, diverse clientreduce our environmental footprint and raise base that includes public and privateenvironmental awareness.companies, leading multinationals operating in the region, global \x1fnancialGENDERPOLICY 22% 61% 77% GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS INDIGENOUSPOLICY RAP CODE OF CONDUCT POLICYinstitutions, and government andEQUALITY FEMALE FEMALE FEMALE RECONCILIATION /RISK MANAGEMENTstate-owned entities.GENDER GROSS EMISSIONS INNOVATEEQUITY PARTNERS LEGALNON-LEGAL ACTION PUBLISHED PUBLISHED PLAN LEVELMinterEllison\'s network comprises theTARGET STAFF STAFF 1,042t0.44t/employeeINITIATIVES: INITIATIVES:of\x1fces of MinterEllison (Sydney, Employer of Choice for Gender EqualityHost or lead external programs Af\x1frmative procurementCultural awareness trainingIndigenous 75% 0.00% 3.3% CODE OF COMPLAINTS RISK BCP ORMelbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Perth, Internal networks or committeesInternational Women\'s DayPay Equity811t employment and internshipsNAIDOC WeekNational Reconciliation WeekCONDUCT & GRIEVANCE MANAGEMENT ERPAmbassadorFemale advancement, mentoring and coaching BUILDINGSPro bono supportReconciliation Action PlanScholarships and studentTRAINING MECHANISM PLANAdelaide, Darwin, Hong Kong, Shanghai,78% mentoringCollaboration for reconciliationBeijing, Ulaanbaatar and London) and0.02t/m2of\x1fces that operate as members of theINCLUSIVED POLICY L POLICY SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY POLICYI G 0.12% 17.3% 4.8% NON LEGALMinterEllison Legal Group (Gold Coast andWORKPLACE V B 231t IN DEVT CHAIN MANAGEMENTER T VOLUNTEERINGS I TRAVELMinterEllisonRuddWattsI Q 0 0 22%e eAuckland/Wellington). MinterEllisonmploy e 2 mploy e NON-PROFIT/ NON LEGAL PARTICIPATIONT + .0 .0Y PUBLISHED PUBLISHED 8t/e t/eINITIATIVES: COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERING IN NON LEGALacquired ITNewcom, a boutique DCA membershipHost or lead external programsInternal networks orINITIATIVES: PARTICIPATION ACTIVITIES VOLUNTEERINGcommitteesLCA Diversity and Equality CharterMardi Gras celebrationsCARBON 70%Blood donationsBoardsCharity events and appealsCommunitySUSTAINABLE STANDARDS STANDARDS MODERN NSWtechnology consulting \x1frm on 1 July 2017.SUPPLY CHAIN APPLY TO APPLY TO SLAVERY LEGISLATION Training - Cultural awareness unconscious biasAWEI reportingIDAHOBITOFFSETS & VolunteeringOrganised volunteeringSkilled volunteeringStudent tutoringMANAGEMENT EXISTINGNEW PROGRAM (PENDING)DayPro bono legal supportLGBTI awareness trainingPride in DiversityRENEWABLES and mentoring SUPPLIERSSUPPLIERSMembershipWear it Purple DayWorld Aids Day SUPPLIER STANDARD COVER:NET EMISSIONSCommunity DevelopmentEnvironmental ImpactsFair Labour FLEXIBLEPOLICY 1,042t0.44t/employee CHARITABLE IN DEVT PracticesGender EqualityHuman RightsIndigenous Inclusion204GIVINGWORKPLACE WEEKS WEEKS 98%RETURN TO CORPORATE PARTICIPATION SUSTAINABILITY CORPORATEPRIMARY SECONDARY WORK AFTER ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY INITIATIVES: GIVING GIVING REPORTINGPUBLISHED CARER CARER PARENTAL PROGRAMINITIATIVES: LEAVE MANAGEMENTCorporate donationsExternal charity events and appealsInternal AppealsCarer\'s leaveChild CareFlexible work hoursFlexible working promotionand CollectionsMatched workplace givingWorkplace giving PROMOTEDENV.and supportJob sharingPart time optionsPurchased leaveRemoteIMPROVEMENTworking tools and systemsStudy leaveTime in lieuUnpaid leave PUBLISHED TARGETINITIATIVES: LEGAL STRATEGYPSYCHOLOGICALPOLICYEarth HourPRO BONORECYCLINGTARGET METWELLBEING 100% 71% 57% 100% These icons provide limited information about the \x1frmsPRO BONOlegal pro bono commitment. More extensiveCENTRESTAFF(OFFICES) information is reported by the Australian Pro BonoTARGETPUBLISHED SURVEYS Centre and on individual \x1frms websites.INITIATIVES: % of\x1fce availability Host or lead external programsMental Health Awareness WeekMentalFurther informationhealth training and internal supportFamily & Domestic Violence 1st responderfrom AusLSAtraining & policyModules/new starter, bi-annual online workplace behaviourPAPER 103,330kg 10% Mental health resilienceMovemberPsychological support/ EAPResilienceUSAGE44 e R e ntat LawR U OK? programsSalary continuanceMinds Count TJMF Guidelines kg/employe ycled contecPAPER CERTIFICATION:PHYSICALPOLICYFSCNCOSPEFCWELLBEINGSTAFF SURVEYS INITIATIVES: Most activities onhold due to COVIDDiscount health insuranceErgonomicsGym membershipsWellness awareness and promotionFlu vaxTeam events'