When something "works", it means that the people you're speaking or writing to think it's OK.
A: I'm free this Wednesday after five. Does that work?
B: Yeah, that works for me.
This expression is very common in business communication. It seems more confident than asking if something is "OK":
Let me know if that's OK with you.
This is something you might write to an executive in your company or to a customer who you've only spoken with a few times before.
Let me know if that works for your team.
This is something that you'd write to a coworker or client who's somewhat equal to you in status, or who you know well.