Allowing employees to work at home and the office can make an employees responsibilities more efficient. IMO
SAN JOSE (KCBS) – High tech workers say working from home is nothing more than part of the Silicon Valley culture. But, that appears to be changing – at least for Yahoo employees, who have been told to start working in the office by June 2013 – or quit.
That edict was issued by CEO Marissa Mayer last Friday. The confidential Yahoo memo was leaked by angry workers who claim to have been assured they could work from home when they were hired.
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“A large fraction of the people who work from home are the kind of people who are at Yahoo and are doing programming or technical support, things like that,” pointed out Stanford economics professor John Roberts, who co-authored a recent study on the effectiveness of working remotely. “And those…
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