As the world quickly adapts to a new normal, you need workplace flexibility to keep up. WeWork has the insights, experience, and real estate portfolio to help you navigate these changes—ensuring the wellbeing of your people and business.
Evolving your workplace strategy means weighing factors like office density, health and safety, shifting goals, and employee happiness. With WeWork, you have a flexible platform to use our space on your terms.
De-densify your spaceReduce office density with spaces that can scale based on your needs.
Decentralize your officesEstablish satellite offices based on your employees’ location and work preferences.
Work from home and near homeEnhance your “work from home” strategy by offering employees private offices when and where they need it.
Whether it’s having a dedicated space for rotating teams or multiple offices in the same building, our spaces can adjust to fit as few or as many people as needed—making social distancing in the workplace simple.
Bring the workplace closer to your employees with our 800+ locations. By having multiple satellite offices in a city, you’ll shorten commutes for distributed teams while providing a space for collaboration.
The home office can have its shortcomings: lack of space and privacy to name a couple. Give employees the option to work from a private office close to home. Here, they can get more out of their day with convenient commutes and a quiet, professional workspace.
In response to COVID-19, we are enhancing our safety and cleaning standards to protect the health and wellbeing of our members.
Increased sanitizationWe are disinfecting common areas more frequently and are providing complimentary sanitization products in our spaces.
Prioritizing personal spaceBy modifying shared spaces with staggered seating and buffer zones, teams can maintain a healthy physical distance from colleagues and fellow members.
Behavioral signageNew cleaning standards and capacity protocols are being reinforced with strategically-placed signage and wayfinding.
Navigate the future of the workplace based on WeWork’s decade of learnings and global insights