Perth Glory have partnered with Workplace Law whose logo will feature on the front of the club’s Westfield W-League shorts this season.
A specialist law firm focused on providing advice to employers in all aspects of employment law and workplace relations, Workplace Law was founded in 2003 and now represents clients from a wide range of industries and businesses in both the private and public sectors.
As a dynamic, forward-thinking company whose philosophy is to encourage a proactive, preventative approach to solving employment or workplace issues, Perth Glory CEO Tony Pignata feels that Workplace Law is a great fit with the club.
“Workplace Law have established a strong reputation as leaders in their field,” he said, “and their values of integrity and inclusion, along with their commitment to best practice, are principles that we share at Perth Glory.
“We are very excited about working closely with them and developing our relationship over the course of the upcoming Westfield W-League season.”
Those sentiments were shared by Workplace Law Director Shane Koelmeyer.
“We are proud to have supported professional women in the legal industry for over 15 years now and we wanted to extend that support to professional female athletes,” he said.
“The future of women’s football is incredibly bright and Perth Glory are at the forefront of driving its remarkable progress in this country.
“We are excited at the opportunity to work with the club and cannot wait for the new Westfield W-League season to get underway later this month.”
In addition to its logo adorning Glory’s W-League shorts, Workplace Law perimeter signage will also be displayed at all W-League games, plus the W-League and Hyundai A-League double-headers at nib Stadium.