WeWork too much
25:48 | Mar 5th
When WeWork acquired her company, she got executive training, fancy corporate retreats and a dope Patagonia jacket. It was almost enough to make her forget everything she lost. This week: Why we’re so...Show More
danny recommended:Jul 13th
Great episode 👌🏾. It's about wework but about modern work culture in general.
aliceko recommended:Jul 12th
Incredible episode that unpacks the truth about work culture and how employers like WeWork use the myth of "culture" and the allusion of a "work family" to convince people to make their work, the be-all, end-all. I've been thinking about this a lot recently and this episode led me to an a-ha I had n...Show More
@aliceko Great insight! I’ve seen the unhealthy WeWork culture through an acquaintance who was still employed at WeWork during the pandemic... I’ve had the a ha moment you mention in my own life. As a Millennial, I’ve made the mistake of trying to make work and career fulfill deeper desires. (I pro...Show More
mm recommended:Jul 11th
Ok WeWork is definitely not just a poorly managed company. It’s definitely evil. What they did to the IT woman was awful. This is a good episode to listen to with the new podcast series about Netflix and the Ezra Klein workism episodes. I rounded up a playlist about workism here: https://podyssey.fm...Show More
dee.ngyn recommended:Jul 10th
Big ouf in how toxic our work culture has become. The idealistic perspective towards burnout culture has really pushed people to become quite one dimensional in how they identify themselves. We lose ourselves in this idea of being productive and fail to evaluate what truly compliments to the quality...Show More
jspinelle recommended:Jul 10th
Really enjoyed this episode on the role that work plays in our lives. Those who enjoyed the Ezra Klein episode with Anne Helen Petersen and Derek Thompson will enjoy this one too!