Coleman Greig is delighted to announce the firm has been recognised in Australia's Best Workplaces 2021. The firm ranks number 22 in the Top 50 Best Places to Work in Australia (100-999 employee category). This is a fantastic achievement and the team are incredibly proud to be recognised nationally as the only law firm listed for the second year running.
The study was conducted based on one of the world's most comprehensive assessments of workplace culture by Great Place to Work Australia, a global research and consulting firm specialising in employee engagement, organisational alignment, and its effect on high performance workplaces cultures.
"Our culture is created by our people, and we are all extremely honoured to be recognised as one of the best workplaces in Australia," said Coleman Greig Chief Executive Officer Warrick McLean.
"I'd like to thank each member of our Coleman Greig team for their ongoing commitment in making our culture something that is truly special and unique. We have a collaborative and supportive team, who encourage one another and celebrate our achievements."
People, purpose, vision and community have always been a constant in Coleman Greig's 90-year history. The entire firm has worked inclusively to ensure these values are still strongly reflected during the pandemic.
"I'm grateful to our Coleman Greig team for their care and consideration during the pandemic and their efficient transition to working remotely. The team continue to make it a great place to work by their creative ways to virtually communicate and interact," said Head of People and Capability Elicha Reitsma.
The People and Capability team together with the Leadership team have embraced and facilitated the areas of gender equity, flexible working, mentorship, career succession planning and legal innovation.
Principal/Director and Ambassador for Women in Business Caroline Hutchinson, believes "People have always been and will continue to be at the centre of everything we do, that includes our employees and the people within the local community".