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WeWork’s 15,000 Employees Are in Purgatory

As layoffs begin, workers band together to salvage what they can and reflect on the warning signs they wish, in retrospect, they had heeded

“I“If I’m going to get laid off, it will probably be next week,” a WeWork employee told me recently with the frankness of someone who has come to terms with a…

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Mike Hofman

Mike Hofman

Mike Hofman is a writer and editor living in New York. His work has appeared in Fortune, GQ, and Inc.

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