Mexico’s Grupo Lala will relocate its corporate headquarters to the WeWork Santa Fe complex in Mexico City, as the company aims to enhance the productivity of its employees.
WeWork provides shared workspaces which aim to foster and improve collaboration between workers by providing spaces “where people work to make a life, not just a living.”
Grupo Lala said in a statement that the relocation of the HQ to a new office featuring open workspaces is part of an employee productivity initiative to promote a culture of strengthened collaboration, innovation and transparency at the company.
Alejandro Zenteno Sánchez, Grupo Lala’s director of human resources, said: “Lala partnered with WeWork to create a new work environment that will foster our employees’ growth while ensuring we put the Company’s core values into practice every day.
“The modern and open workspaces throughout Lala’s new headquarters are designed to facilitate teamwork, communication, agility and, above all, improvements in productivity and the delivery of results.
“We continually seek new ways to provide our employees with the best work environments and tools to optimize their performance.”
In August last year, Grupo Lala appointed former AB InBev executive Mauricio Leyva Arboleda as its new CEO, with the company’s president Eduardo Tricio saying that Arboleda’s primary task was to resume the growth of the company and “reactivate Lala’s profitability.”
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