Corporate Membership

By purchasing corporate membership, employers can invite an unlimited number of HR, D&I or Wellbeing professionals within their organisation to join the Cityworks community, access our resources and attend our events without charge.  

We offer two corporate membership options:
Premium Membership Basic Membership

Allows your nominated HR, D&I and Wellbeing staff free access to:

  1. All Cityworks events
  2. Our City-wide research findings and benchmarks
  3. Our quarterly policy surveys
  4. Our online Databank of HR, D&I and Wellbeing policy summaries
  5. 2 free in-house presentations to HR, D&I and Wellbeing team members per membership year
  6. 1 free consultancy session for HR, D&I and Wellbeing team members
  7. 1 free lunchtime talk to employees per membership year
  8. Monthly ‘Headlines’ e-bulletin
  9. Online resources (meeting documentation; member profiles and messaging; diversity calendar; resource library)

Allows your nominated HR, D&I and Wellbeing staff free access to:

  1. All Cityworks events
  2. Monthly ‘Headlines’ e-bulletin
  3. Online resources (meeting documentation; member profiles and messaging; diversity calendar; resource library)

And a 25% discount on stated rates for:

  • Our City-wide research findings and benchmarks
  • In-house presentations to HR, D&I and Wellbeing team members
  • A consultancy session for HR, D&I and Wellbeing team members
  • A lunchtime talk to employees

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To find out the annual price of Basic and Premium membership, please contact us. 

Current corporate members

The following firms hold corporate membership of Cityworks:  BCS Consulting; Bird & Bird; Charles Russell Speechlys; Clyde & Co; Columbia Threadneedle Investments; Cooley; Daiwa Capital Markets Europe; DLA Piper; Farrer & Co; Fladgate; Grosvenor Britain & Ireland, ICBC Standard Bank; Kirkland & Ellis; Lane, Clarke & Peacock; Latham & Watkins; Lloyds Market Association; London Stock Exchange Group; Macfarlanes; Mizuho Bank; Mizuho International; Norton Rose Fulbright; RPC; Shearman & Sterling; Tokio Marine Kiln; Watson Farley & Williams; XL Catlin

How corporate membership works

  1. An employer confirms to us that they would like to take up either Premium or Basic membership
  2. They may enter any number of HR, Diversity or Wellbeing professionals into the Cityworks community to make use of our member benefits.
  3. Each individual is required to complete our registration process.
  4. Once the registration form is submitted, it is checked and authorised (see Confidentiality)
  5. Individual users can then book tickets to events and access our online resources as appropriate for their level of membership.

Please read our Event Booking Terms & Conditions and Event Privacy notice.

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