Inside WeWork’s Legal Battles With Its Own Employees
Signage is displayed on a WeWork co-working space, operated by parent company We Co., in downtown San Diego, California, U.S. (Photographer: Bing Guan/Bloomberg)

Inside WeWork’s Legal Battles With Its Own Employees

What happened at WeWork when things got ugly between the company and its employees? 

As WeWork expanded, a handful of workers believed the company was courting disaster, and wanted to interrupt the rosy public narrative its executives were presenting to the world. In the fourth episode of our podcast series Foundering, we follow the stories of two former employees, some of the first insiders to sound the alarm that all was not right at the Silicon Valley darling. 

The staffers were troubled by what they saw as WeWork's lack of transparency, its financial shakiness, and the company’s disregard for its stated values.

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