201 SUSTAINA AusLSA EXECUTIVE MEMBER: OUR PEOPLE OUR GOVERNANCE SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: F L E XIBLE WORKPLA C E I N C LUSIVE WORKPLA C E GENDER EQUALITY • International Women's Day participant • WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality • WGEA Pay Equity Ambassador • Male Champions of Change • Sponsorship Program INITIATIVES: C O D E O F C O N DUCT / RISK M A N A G E M E N T CODE OF CONDUCT TRAINING • Pride in Diversity Membership • LGBTI Awareness training • Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) reporting • IDAHOT Week Participation • Out for Australia • Strong Ally Network INITIATIVES: POLICY • Flexible hours of work • Time in lieu • Part time work • Job sharing • Telecommuting • Unpaid leave • Carer’s leave INITIATIVES: P H YSICAL WELLBEI N G • Ergonomics • Health checks • Flu vaccinations • Work based physical fitness • Nutrition and eye testing • Healthy Days Policy • Domestic Violence Policy and training INITIATIVES: P S Y C H O LOGICAL WELL B E I N G • Signatory to the TJMF • Beyond Blue programs participant • RUOK programs participant • Black Dog programs participant • Confidential professional psychological support • Mental health first aid training • Healthy Days policy INITIATIVES: S U S T A I N ABILITY REP O R T I N G BCP OR ERP COMPLAINTS & GRIEVANCE MECHANISM RISK MANAGEMENT PLAN GENDER EQUITY TARGET PARTNERS LEGAL STAFF NON-LEGAL STAFF 17% FEMALE 64% FEMALE 77% FEMALE POLICY PUBLISHED RETURN TO WORK AFTER PARENTAL LEAVE 87% PRIMARY CARER SECONDARY CARER 2 WEEKS 12 WEEKS POLICY PUBLISHED D I V E R S I T Y POLICY PUBLISHED L G B T I POLICY PUBLISHED STAFF SURVEYS STAFF SURVEYS POLICY PUBLISHED POLICY PUBLISHED REPORT CSR IN DEV’T McCullough Robertson is a leading Australian in combining legal expertise with deep industry Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Newcastle, t commercial legal solutions to major corporate, g across Australia and internationally. Established in resources and renewables, food and agribusine tourism, infrastructure, real estate, governm We use deep industry knowledge and foresight, to provide the best possible outcomes for all wh our people than their brilliant minds – it’s wha boardroom that makes McCullough Robe entrenched in our communities and take g achieved when you put people first. We are our business, we celebrate diversity and solutions. Headcount: 374 (FTE) Our HR strategy is aligned with our purpose of Unlocking Success. Together with a focus on enhancing the employee experience ensuring that all staff at all times are aware of the five elements, those being knowing where they fit, how they contribute, how they can grow, that they feel valued and that they have fun doing it. As a firm it is our goal to strive to be the best employer we can be, an active member of the legal profession and a good steward in our broader community. Our achievements include WGEA Employer Choice for Women, being the winner of the Queensland Mental Health Achievement Award for 2016, a finalist in the Legal Innovation Index Awards in 2017 which outlines a number of practical solutions to support working families achieve sustainable work practices as well as an innovative intern program that drives relationships and opportunities for students. In addition we continue to have numerous finalists in the Australia Law Awards this year and extensive recognition in industry journals and publications. We adopt a corporate leadership model with senior management responsibility resting with the Executive Committee, Managing Partner (MP) and Business Unit Leaders (BULs). The Executive (five equity Partners, one of whom is the Chairman) sets the strategic direction and reviews performance. The BULs are responsible for day to day management, implementing the strategic plan and managing financial performance. Industry Groups coordinate our market facing approach and report to the Executive and MP. Our Chief Operating officer (COO) works with the MP, Executive and BULs and is responsible for the Business Support Services functions. Our committees report to Executive: • Ethics: assess and manage potential conflicts of interest and ethical issues • Risk: monitor claims, complaints, risk management program outcomes and other risk issues, identify trends, implement strategies to minimise risk and continuously improve our risk management systems • Diversity and Inclusion: review and change work practices to make McCullough Robertson a competitive and desirable place for all staff and where professionals can develop their careers • Innovation: consider, approve, prioritise and drive implementation of innovation projects and ideas, and • Legal Environmental Action Forum: develop sustainability policy and goals to reduce our environmental footprint and raise environmental awareness. MCCULLOUGH ROBERTSON