Holding Redlich recognises the importance of giving back to the communities in which we operate and making our firm as sustainable as is possible. We aim to implement best practice environmental, social and governance policies and initiatives.
Commitment to annual reporting across sustainable and inclusive workplaces, community support, environmental conservation and responsible governance.
Members of the Australian Legal Sector Alliance (AusLSA) – an industry led association working collaboratively to promote best practice sustainability commitments and performances across the legal sector.
Holding Redlich is committed to respecting human rights and believes there is no place for modern slavery in the operations of any ethical business. We have joined the fight against modern slavery by working to ensure we apply best practice principles to ensure ethical and responsible procurement in our supply chains and operations. Extending to our suppliers and clients, we have set high standards and clear expectations about the way we conduct our business.
Approved by Reconciliation Australia.
Focusing on respect, relationships and opportunities. Promoting human rights and social justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander associations, businesses and peoples.
Promoting human rights and social justice.
Key areas of focus:
Provided pro bono support to 125 charities and not-for-profits in 2020/21.
Strong commitment to supporting the arts by:
Structured workplace giving program with the ﬁrm matching staff donations.
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contributed in 2020/2021
donations for 2020/2021
total donations since 2006
Prioritising the purchase of goods and services from social enterprises, including Supply Nation certiﬁed businesses.
Engaging local consultants and contractors. Investing in training and up-skilling our employees. Programs to support and develop law students and graduates in commencing their legal careers and gain admission into legal practice.
Free, professional and conﬁdential counselling and support for partners and staff experiencing challenges both inside and outside the workplace.
Recognising, valuing and embracing diverse backgrounds and unique experiences of our partners and staff.
Celebrating gender, age, ethnicity, cultural background, disability, sexual orientation and religious beliefs, and promoting through a range of initiatives.
Member of Diversity Council Australia.
14th consecutive year as an ‘Employer of Choice for Gender Equality’ – awarded by the Commonwealth Government’s Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA).
Recognises our commitment to providing a safe and ﬂexible working environment and celebrates our diverse and inclusive culture.