• WeWork bans meat at company events and won't let employees expense meals that include meat because it's bad for the environment

    7 days ago - By Chron

    WeWork is banning meat.
    The company will no longer reimburse employees for meals that include red meat, poultry, or pork and will stop serving meat at company events.
    The policy change was made in an effort to reduce WeWork's carbon footprint.
    WeWork is going vegetarian.
    In an email to about 6,000 employees on Friday, the $20 billion office rental company announced that it will no longer reimburse employees for meals that include red meat, poultry, or pork and will stop serving meat at company events.
    Employees who need medical or religious allowances are being referred to the company's...
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  • WeWork Will No Longer Allow Its 6,000 Employees to Expense Meals with Meat

    7 days ago - By Fortune

    WeWork, the shared workspace company, is taking a pass on meat. The company notified workers that its events will no longer include meat and that it won't reimburse their meal expenses if those meals include red meat, poultry or pork.
    WeWork co-founder Miguel McKelvey sent the company's 6,000 workers around the world a memo that said, “New research indicates that avoiding meat is one of the biggest things an individual can do to reduce their personal environmental impact... even more than switching to a hybrid car.” The memo was first reported by Bloomberg.
    Some allowances may be made for...
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