Read more about our values in our Code of Ethics.
Our members and staff have organised several Charity Committee events across all our spaces to support a local charity of their choice. From film screenings and panel discussions, comedy evenings, Bingo nights, or pub quizzes, the diversity of events is the result of the work and creativity of each committee. The charity committees have raised a total of £11,322 and the charities they’ve supported so far are: Rescue, Hand Up Foundation, Crisis, Reach Out UK, Sport in Mind, Future Dreams, Key 4 Life, Bread Winners, We Love MCR, Hackney Winter Shelter, and SHP.
In 2021, we chose to start donating £5 for every member who joins Work.Life. After joining, our members are asked to select from one of four charities to receive their donation. We carefully select two charities in line with our company values to support for the year. We also select an additional two charities twice yearly; one close to a member’s heart (the Work.Life community pick) and the other to do with recent events. In 2021 we donated £7,940 to these charities: Gendered Intelligence, My Shining Star, NHS Charities Together, The Sadie Bristow Foundation, Global Action Plan and Mental Health Foundation.
In 2022, our chosen charities are:
We believe that our social and environmental impact is as important as our commercial performance. We’ve joined a growing global community of B Corporations; companies who value purpose as much as profit. Find out more about our B Corp certification here.
Diversity & inclusion
We champion diversity and inclusion, and are taking steps to improve D&I within our team.
This includes removing names from CVs at screening, gender decoding job descriptions,
and introducing an optional survey for our team and candidates to help us focus our efforts, and be more inclusive in our processes and policies.
London Living Wage
We proudly pay London Living Wage for all work carried out inside Greater London.
We require all suppliers to comply with all applicable environmental legislation and regulations. All suppliers are required to comply with our Environmental Purchasing Policy.
Work.Life’s significant suppliers:
Meet our Non-executive Advisory Board:
Ian Marcus has 32 years experience in the banking industry within Real Estate. He was previously Managing Director and Chairman of the Credit Suisse European Real Estate Investment Banking Group
Susan Freeman is Real Estate Partner at Mishcon de Reya and was ranked 31 out of 100 individuals singled out for their contribution to PropTech 2016.
Jeroen Van Den Berge is Director at Middle 8 Capital, focused on SME buyouts, and Principal at Bain & Company. He was previously MD at Regus.
Ethical Marketing Policy
At Work.Life we believe that our marketing efforts should always provide genuine value to our audience. Our marketing strategies are based on the belief that marketing should be honest, and not take advantage of anyone’s personal data. This policy statement lays out the ethical marketing practices we follow at Work.Life and the promises we make to ensure ethical marketing standards. Read our ethical marketing policy here.