The Employer of Choice accreditation is awarded by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency to encourage and recognise organisations working to achieve gender equality.
Maurice Blackburn will this week submit its application to retain its accreditation as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality for the next two years.
Chief Executive Officer Jacob Varghese said:
“As a firm committed to fairness and justice, we are proud to have held this sought-after Employer of Choice citation since 2017.
“We believe our ongoing initiatives around pay equity and flexible working will support our bid to retain that accreditation for another two years.”
Gender equality measures to be highlighted in Maurice Blackburn’s application include:
“While the firm has made important strides towards gender quality in our workplace, we are not there yet,” Mr Varghese said.
“We will continue to work on ways to consolidate the gains we have made while pressing forward to address the challenges that remain.”
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