WeWork is reportedly cutting 2,000 jobs as soon as this week, and the staff is turning on Adam Neumann

markets.businessinsider.com | 10/15/2019 | Staff
WeWork is set to cut at least 13% of its workforce, or roughly 2,000 jobs, according to British newspaper the Guardian.

The paper reported that staff within the company started to turn on founder and former CEO Adam Neumann, and that little or no work is getting done due to WeWork's uncertain financial position.

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"The atmosphere is toxic. A lot of people worked so hard for this company. We thought we were in on something really big," an anonymous staff member told the newspaper.

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WeWork is set to cut "at least" 2,000 jobs as soon as this week, or roughly 13% of the company's workforce, according to British newspaper the Guardian, citing anonymous sources inside the company.

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According to the paper, workers are getting "little or no work done," due to the company's...
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