Holding Redlich

Holding Redlich
Employer of Choice 2020

Holding Redlich boasts an open, caring, and supportive work environment where its people engage in stimulating, challenging legal work and get access to a broad range of genuine professional support.

External and internal training opportunities offered at Holding Redlich include a multiday induction program for new starters, interactive workshops on cultural awareness, bespoke development programs for each practice group, opportunities to attend and hold work-related seminars, conferences, and specialist accreditation programs, and financial assistance for tertiary education for those qualifying for legal practice in Australia.

Early this year, Holding Redlich was awarded its 12th Employer of Choice for Gender Equality citation from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency in recognition of its work in providing a safe and flexible working environment that celebrates a diverse and inclusive culture. Initiatives at the firm include family care programs to support new and working parents or those living with their elderly parent or relative; flexible working across all levels in the firm; and the creation of a new diversity and inclusion committee.

Company Name: Holding Redlich
Head Office Address: Level 8, 555 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Vic 3000
Telephone No.: +61 3 9321 9999
Website: https://www.holdingredlich.com/

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