Putting our people first-MAR14

WE is committed to the highest standards Our People Operations and Culture team ensures that WE is not only in compliance with labor laws and industry standards for compensation and benefits, but also strives every day to exceed those standards and to provide a rewarding work environment for our incredible team of change-makers. We strive to cultivate a safe space for each and every one of our employees to live and work. We are constantly looking for ways to create a two-way dialogue between our leaders and employees. Employees can send through any concerns anonymously through our WE Connect secure online portal. This mailbox is monitored by our Internal Communications team and concerns are answered promptly. Employees are encouraged to also share concerns with their manager, Executive or a member of the People Operations and Culture Team. WE has an open door policy. The Chief People Officer is the point of escalation for any concerns.

Every year, we listen to and learn from our employees in order to improve the experience and make our culture even better through our company-wide anonymous employee engagement survey—managed by an external third party. We survey our employees after three months of employment, and with quarterly pulse surveys and annual engagement surveys.

Reporting issues of concern

WE seeks to create a safe space for our staff to come to us with any concern, from workplace bullying, inappropriate dialogue, bigotry and intolerance of all kinds, to harassment. Our policies provide for employees’ ability to raise concerns about health and safety, or any issue, in any one or combination of these ways: • by reporting to their manager • by reporting to another manager • by reporting directly to the Chief People Officer • by reporting anonymously through our secure onlineWE Connect internal communications platform

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