Some of the impactful firm policies and programs that support RDJ’s culture of inclusion include:
Diversity & Inclusion awareness training, an education plan for all employees addressing topics like cognitive bias, cultural awareness, and inclusive leadership.
Scholarship & Placement Program for law students from ethnically diverse backgrounds.
‘Reconnect’ policy for those going on extended periods of leave, such as maternity leave or extended sick leave to ensure the employees feels supported and engaged whilst on leave and on their return.
Mental Health First Aid, a team made up of caring, fellow employees across the firm’s three offices who have received specialist training in how best to support a colleague who may be experiencing a mental health issue and in connecting them with appropriate support where needed.
RDJ Wellness Committee, a cross-office team that plan, promote, and implement wellness initiatives for employees to improve their mental and physical health. RDJ has been awarded Ibec’s workplace wellness accreditation, the KeepWell Mark and was also recently listed in Leading in Wellbeing Top 100 Companies 2021.