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WSJ: WeWork CEO says employees who are least engaged are the ones who want to WFH, while those who are most engaged are the ones excited to come back to the office. WTF is this boomer BS? Jesus, hire adults who don't need to suck up to you at the water cooler in order to like their job. Can we please push back against this narrative? Many of us have worked very very hard this past year, with great productivity, and this is what we get to hear? 😡



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  • "The people here are great and there is a lot of room for growth(in 283 reviews)
  • "good if you're in a management position and the culture is great fun if you're under 35 with no kids/no qualms staying back late.(in 166 reviews)
  • "Good benefits, but not anything you can't get from similar companies of similar size.(in 113 reviews)
  • "WeWork does have a great product and team(in 85 reviews)
  • "Great Colleagues and feeling of togetherness(in 81 reviews)
  • "Poor management and is filled with fake people(in 124 reviews)
  • "Bad country management and no leadership whatsoever(in 104 reviews)
  • "Long hours and lots of change which are expected in any company growing as fast as WeWork.(in 54 reviews)
  • "Managers and Directors need to be better vetted.(in 52 reviews)
  • "Little to no growth opportunities within the Community Teams but lots of growth for cooperate level employees.(in 36 reviews)

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    1. 5.0
      May 15, 2023
      Account Director
      Former Employee
      New York, NY
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      great place to work in terms of work life balance, good exposure to the real estate industry


      major focus on cost cutting vs expansion

      1. 3.0
        May 25, 2018
        HQ - Employee
        Former Employee, more than 1 year
        New York, NY
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        VERY cool HQ--beer, fruit water, and other treats on tap, free breakfast, amazing decor, lots of events and cool trendy vendors who bring free stuff--if you like to humblebrag via Insta, you'll love this place. Some cool people --celebrities come in and out, your colleagues are generally very attractive folks, there's a sense of excitement and true commitment to the work (borderline evangelism) depending on who you work with and what you do. Name recognition and valuation -- company is a rising star and it's worth having on your resume. A cool mission on the surface--bringing community together, helping people do what they love (making work a passion rather than a chore) through connection.


        This place is like drinking from one continuous Kool-Aid jug. VERY cult-y and cliquey. You are either in or you're out, and if you're out, rather than cut you loose right away, they gaslight you. It's actually kind of shocking how many people I've seen be treated so poorly here, and perhaps no coincidence that they were folks of color. Kind of hard to find the down to earth people I did find. I enjoyed the Community teams and Security/Ops/Real Estate people I met, probably because they were constantly "hustling," but the HR team (the PEOPLE team, for goodness sake) and a lot of other "prominent" faces were consistently rude, with an overinflated sense of self and zero idea of how the WeWork "values" translate into behaviors/contributions from a prospective employee POV. You have to have been there since the start, or be prepared to ingratiate yourself, to get any traction in your professional development or career path. I was always shocked how badly my manager wanted to be liked, and how much they were willing to do to be liked, to get any kind of clout and/or promotion just bc they hadn't started out at WeWork as a community team member. Never mind that they were super qualified for their job. Pay varies depending on who you are; some people earn market value...some people very very much don't, and there doesn't seem to be any consistency that determines which is which. TGIM. Thank God it's Monday. Mandatory Monday meetings. Sometimes they circulate tequila shots. Is that a plus? Not sure. Summer Camp. Adult Summer Camp. With EDM, people in salmon colored shorts, and lots of loud rowdy entitled folks. If that's anything but a con for you, you probably belong here and godspeed.

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