WeWork is set to cut “at least” 2,000 jobs as soon as this week, or roughly 13% of the company’s workforce, according to British newspaper the Guardian, citing anonymous sources inside the company.

According to the paper, workers are getting “little or no work done,” due to the company’s uncertain financial situation.  Backer SoftBank has reportedly stepped in to ensure WeWork survives.

One worker told the Guardian: “The atmosphere is toxic. A lot of people worked so hard for this company. We thought we were in on something really big.”

On the company’s Slack messaging board, memes of Adam Neumann had been made, as well as others making light of the company’s current situation.

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