The one-size-fits-all workday is a thing of the past
the workday is broken
Companies today are operating on a fundamentally broken premise: that the workday is fixed and unchangeable. At Werk, we are building a future in which jobs are adaptive to the humans who perform them, optimizing the workday experience to address employee skills, motivations, and needs.
a lack of flexibility is costly
The failure of companies to move towards a more human-centric workday is costly: inflexibility has created a talent attraction and retention epidemic. Healthcare and real estate costs are soaring while productivity is at an all-time low. And diversity and inclusion initiatives are failing as a result of a one-size-fits-all mindset that fosters a culture of exclusion rather than one of belonging.
werk is the solution
If companies are going to truly adapt, stay nimble, and poise themselves for growth in the Human Era, they must reconsider the fundamentals of how jobs are designed and how, where, and when work gets done. Companies must embrace flexibility in a structured way—and we have the tools and data to help.
Meet the Founders
Anna started her career at Mckinsey & Co after graduating from Brandeis University. After McKinsey, she attended Harvard Business School and went on to join The Bridgespan Group upon graduation. Prior to forming Werk, Anna led a community building and advising firm, The Moonridge Group, as COO.
Annie completed her undergraduate studies at Syracuse University and received her law degree from Fordham University. Prior to founding Werk, Annie worked on Wall Street as a corporate attorney representing institutional lenders in billions of dollars of transactions secured by real estate.
In the press
Our vision is supported by industry leaders and top investors
Alexandra Wilkis Wilson