After WeWork revealed a positive growth in the first quarter of 2019, experts are still concerned about how sustainable the company would be in the face of a recession.
WeWork Manchester kicks the keg
WeWork is known for its complimentary, endless stream of beer. But recently, members at WeWork Manchester were outraged to find their taps cut off due to overuse and rowdiness.
An online forum that connects WeWorkers showed members posting their frustration with the sudden policy change.
“I cannot deny that there have been concerns raised regarding the drinking culture in our office and striking the balance between being a professional working environment and one that is relaxed is very difficult,” an admin posted on behalf of WeWork.
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Similar concerns were raised in New York City last October when the company amended their unlimited beer policy to four drinks per person, per day and were cut off afterwards. This change followed a sexual harassment lawsuit from a woman stating she was assaulted at two company events at WeWork.
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