Since our inception in Australia in 2012, our associates have given back to their communities. Some of the organisations that we have been honored to serve include, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research; Ronald McDonald House; and Riding to Cure Cancer.

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An important and enduring part of the Lockton story is our tradition of giving back to the communities in which we live and work, helping our people and communities reach their full potential, and empowering and inspiring our people and clients to be successful. These times are no different. In fact, globally Lockton's annual charitable contribution has surpassed US$5M. Like our global counterparts, Lockton Companies Australia, with the support of our associates, has proudly given back to communities since inception in 2012. Some of the organisations that we have been honoured to serve include:

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Lockton is proud to announce that it has been Certified™ by Great Place to Work®, the global authority on workplace culture, in Australia and New Zealand.Lockton Australia and New Zealand achieve Great Place To Work Certification™

The potential pitfalls of green hushing

A growing number of companies are choosing not to publicise details of their climate change targets to avoid scrutiny, accountability, and potential lawsuits. The strategy labelled “green hushing” is a reaction to a series of greenwashing allegations and legal challenges businesses have faced, but it comes with its own risks.A growing number of companies are choosing not to publicise details of their climate change targets to avoid scrutiny, accountability, and potential lawsuits. The strategy labelled “green hushing” is a reaction to a series of greenwashing allegations and legal challenges businesses have faced, but it comes with its own risks.

Lockton New Zealand appoints Michael Harrow as Head of Corporate Risk

Lockton is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Harrow as the new Head of Corporate Risk. Lockton is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Harrow as the new Head of Corporate Risk.

AI risks: what directors and officers need to know

All new technologies carry risks when introduced on an enterprise level. Artificial intelligence (AI) is no exception, and directors and officers may find themselves in the crosshairs should negative repercussions arise from the use of such tools. 

To be prepared for the potential regulatory scrutiny or claims activity that comes along with the introduction of a new technology, it is imperative that boards carefully consider the introduction of AI, and ensure sufficient risk mitigation measures are in place. All new technologies carry risks when introduced on an enterprise level. Artificial intelligence (AI) is no exception, and directors and officers may find themselves in the crosshairs should negative repercussions arise from the use of such tools. 

To be prepared for the potential regulatory scrutiny or claims activity that comes along with the introduction of a new technology, it is imperative that boards carefully consider the introduction of AI, and ensure sufficient risk mitigation measures are in place.
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