Our people, our offices and how we collaborate is what sets us apart and is the foundation of our staff culture.
At Holding Redlich, we strongly believe that providing employee benefits is a fundamental investment in the success and well-being of our workforce. By offering a supportive and inclusive work environment, we attract top talent and foster employee engagement, motivation, and productivity. Our commitment to providing these benefits reflects our dedication to creating a thriving workplace where our employees can grow personally and professionally.
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency is an Australian Government statutory agency created by the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012.
Holding Redlich has held The Employer of Choice for Gender Equality citation since 2006. The Citation is a voluntary leading-practice recognition program designed to encourage, recognise and promote organisations' active commitment to achieving gender equality in Australian workplaces.
This citation recognises our commitment to providing a safe and ﬂexible working environment and celebrates our diverse and inclusive culture.
Great Place to Work® is a global authority on workplace culture. Through a process of reviewing employee feedback and an independent analysis, Holding Redlich has received certification as a Great Place to Work in recognition of supporting a great employee experience and workplace culture.
We are proud to share that our law firm has been recognised with prestigious awards in the legal industry, affirming our dedication, expertise, and exceptional service to our clients and commitment to the gender diversity of our employees. These awards not only highlight our firm's accomplishments but also inspire us to continue to strive for excellence.
We recognise the importance of contributing to our community by supporting various initiatives, providing legal aid through pro bono work, and promoting diversity and inclusion within the firm. Through these efforts, we strive to uphold our firm's values and make a meaningful difference in the lives of others.
Holding Redlich’s strong commitment to human rights and social justice is part of the firm’s DNA. Our pro bono program is an integral part of our work and culture in fulfilling this commitment. The firm is a signatory to the National Pro Bono Target of 35 hours per lawyer per year.
We act for individuals and charities through our pro bono program. Our priority areas include: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, refugees and asylum seekers, women and youth at risk, the arts, seniors’ rights and elder abuse, and the environment.
We established the Holding Redlich Social Justice Fund in 2006, which is a structured workplace giving program. Since establishing the fund we have made donations in excess of $500,000 to our charity partners. Since establishing the fund we have made donations in excess of $500,000 to our charity partners.
We recognise that we have a responsibility to take genuine action to engage in and promote reconciliation. We are committed to taking meaningful steps to respect cultures, build relationships and create opportunities alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We strive to be a culturally safe and inclusive law firm. Find out more about reconciliation and first nations justice at Holding Redlich.