WeWork to Expand Sustainability Team
The co-working juggernaut has recently made several moves towards lessening its environmental impact, including committing to carbon neutrality by 2025 and taking meat off the company's menu
WeWork is looking for five new people to bolster its sustainability and wellbeing team, according to a LinkedIn post published on Tuesday by Lindsay Baker, the company's global head of sustainability. Baker was appointed to the position in May and has previously worked as a sustainable operations consultant for Google.
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