WeWork is dealing with a bump in the road to its IPO. The shared office company is being sued by two former executives, who are accusing WeWork of gender and age discrimination. That's according to reports from Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal. One of them, a female SVP overseeing compensation, says the overwhelming number of large pay packages at the shared office space startup went to men. The other, a construction Exec, says he was unfairly fired and replaced by someone younger. Cheddar spoke to Kathleen Davis, deputy editor at Fast Company.