Work + Life

The latest in workplace design, culture, and lifestyle.

Once community associate Shannon Spang realized her hidden superpower, her confidence and creativity flourished

Every gathering needs a purpose, says Priya Parker, author of ‘The Art of Gathering.’ Here’s how to find it

Kelly Thompson reconfigured her life’s path by hiking the entire West Coast one step at a time

Did you know that Microsoft, Salesforce, UBS, and even the U.S. Air Force have teams that call WeWork home? Read on to uncover more

Inspired by ‘Humans of New York,’ Isabel Harvey collects and shares the personal stories of WeWork members—and in doing so, she’s building connection for her entire building

Moms aren’t the only ones who’ve cornered the market on successful strategies for giving it their all on the job and at home

As we approach Stonewall 50 and 2019 WorldPride, we asked members of WeWork’s queer community to reflect on their experiences growing up—and share what they’ve learned

How to deal with phone etiquette in meetings, being left out of a colleague’s wedding, and pesky freeloading brain-pickers

Almost 3,000 miles apart, employees of two regions are raising the stakes on an already-heated NBA Finals

Since filming ‘Shark Tank’ last year, the Young siblings have brought a whole new meaning to the term ‘family business’

In 2019, the slew of science, startups, and status-symbolism attached to them have made it impossible to ignore the benefits (or ease) of placing some plants in your office

Members across the country enjoyed a mood-boosting break while listening to ‘Originals,’ an exclusive album of the artist’s previously unreleased recordings

When Jimmy Austin joined local moms in creating a safe place for support and understanding, he found a community in which he truly belongs

Before you hire a pro, think like a pro—with these insider tips from WeWork’s Daniel Hallett

Since Bumble’s users are on the app round the clock, editorial director Clare O’Connor makes sure she is too

Outwords is a project to document the LGBTQIA+ movement in America since World War II through the voices of those on the front lines

With WeWork, GE Healthcare Korea was able to eliminate wasted space and design a new regional headquarters that engaged their people

When WeWork employees throw a talent show, everyone comes away entertained