Revealed: Australia’s Employer of Choice 2019

With competition fierce as ever to both retain and onboard strong talent, law firms around Australia are putting greater emphasis on uplifting their employees' experience

Revealed: Australia’s Employer of Choice 2019

Australia’s top 24 employers of choice for 2019 have been revealed in Australasian Lawyer’s inaugural Employer of Choice rankings.

With a huge amount of entries and competition tight as ever, the most impressive firms around the country were chosen based on their approach to employee development, gratification, and overall wellbeing.   

The full list of 2019’s Employer of Choice is as follows (in alphabetical order):

  1. Ashurst
  2. Barry.Nilsson.
  3. Bird & Bird
  4. BlueRock Law
  5. Carter Newell Lawyers
  6. Clayton Utz
  7. Cooper Grace Ward Lawyers
  8. Corrs Chambers Westgarth
  9. Employsure
  10. Gilbert + Tobin
  11. HBA Legal
  12. Herbert Smith Freehills
  13. Hive Legal
  14. Holding Redlich
  15. KPMG Law
  16. LOD
  17. Lander & Rogers
  18. LegalVision
  19. Maddocks
  20. Madison Marcus
  21. Neville Hourn + Borg Legal
  22. Pragma Lawyers
  23. Sparke Helmore Lawyers
  24. Wotton + Kearney

The entry process asked employers to provide qualitative and quantitative information in several areas including: Remuneration, diversity and inclusion, training and professional development, health and wellbeing. Although the firm sizes on the list differ vastly – 1-99 versus 1000+ employees – the core values presented by each employer remain constant. For them, company growth and meeting strategic objectives can only be achieved when you’re investing in your employees and providing them with a fantastic work culture.

We thank all entrants for their contributions this year, and look forward to seeing your entries again in 2020!

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