The firm actively supports diversity and this is definitely noticeable.
Paid maternity leave; quite a good amount of women in senior roles including the head of the Australian firm.
We have a number of active working groups led by partners.
I like the activity around LGBTI inclusion.
Diversity and inclusion programs, a strong pro bono practice.
A lot of women, LBT and selection process takes away biases.
They have a lot of engagement / awareness around these issues. I haven't had much personal experience to say how effective it is.
We are doing very well I think. Many people work part time so that they could look after their family or pursue their dreams outside law.
In our team there are flexible working arrangements that allow senior associates with young children to work part time (2-3 days a week) and work from home for some of those days.
We are strong advocators of the LGBTI network. There are also other committees that focus on pro bono work and the firm is very receptive to feedback given to them in any respect. This is why there are flexible working arrangements in place.
Diversity is emphasised in all areas and various benefits are offered.
There are programs for women, LGBTI and a Reconciliation Action Plan. There are flexible work options.
The firm appears committed to diversity, although I have not tested this myself.
Lots of women, seem to have fair recruiting processes.
The firm have a diversity team and are constantly looking at ways to improve diversity within the firm.