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Join the Protest on September 25th, 12:00-16:00

This Wednesday, September 25th, CAIWU and supporters will take our protest to WeWork at 1 Mark Square, EC2A 4EG. This continues a series of ongoing protests in support of the dismissed cleaners, protests that are calling the attention of the press, and which are making WeWork and CCM start to listen.

Please join us – the more the better!

Some photos from Wednesday 18th’s protest at WeWork, No. 1 Poultry in the City of London.

Thank you to everyone who came along and made a lot of noise – enough to attract the friendly attentions of one of the City of London’s finest!


If you can’t make it on Wednesday, here are some other ways you can support the campaign:

  • Join a protest on another day
    Protests will be ongoing until the dismissed workers are reinstated. Check back here regularly for details.
  • Write to WeWork and CCM
    WeWork doesn’t publish a public email address, but you can contact them through their web form at https://www.wework.com/contact-us CCM can be contacted at ask@ccmfacilities.comPlease tell both companies what you think of their treatment of the cleaners.
  • Post on social media Please view & share links to the protest information on your social media. The link to this page is https://caiwu.org.uk/weworkAnd the Facebook event page is at:


  • Donate to the campaign fund
    Organizing a campaign costs money – and all your donations are greatly appreciated by the cleaners.You can donate here or by clicking the button at the bottom of this page.

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WeWork loves to sell itself as a modern, ethical company – a company that’s all about community.

‘We are in this together’ shouts its website. ‘We always look out for one another.’
Unless you happen to be a cleaner, that is.

Because WeWork’s cleaning contractor CCM has been victimizing its cleaners. Five CAIWU members have lost their jobs in the last few weeks. In each case, a WeWork senior member of staff was involved in the process leading to the dismissal. Following a campaign by CAIWU, one of these workers has been reinstated, but CCM is refusing to reconsider the cases of the other four.

Given all its fine words about its happy community, WeWork probably wouldn’t want people to know what’s really going on behind those shiny glass doors.

It’s a shame they picked on the wrong union — because we have no intention of holding back from publicizing their scandalous employment practices.


Please contact us here with any questions or ideas!

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