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Three in four IT workers want telecommuting option (infographic)

by TechJournal.org
February 27, 2013

The tech world has been buzzing this week about Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer ordering the company’s remote workers back to the office, bucking a trend toward more workplace flexibility. While this seems to be a backward step, some studies suggest that working from home has advantages and disadvantages for the company. Workers are more productive...[Click to read more]

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4 Reasons Marissa Mayer’s No-At-Home-Work Policy Is an Epic Fail

by Peter Cohan, Forbes.com
February 26, 2013

Yahoo’s 14,500 employees have until June to drive into work every day — otherwise they could be fired. There are four reasons this is a bad idea. On February 22, AllThingsD published a leaked copy of a Yahoo memo from its head of Human Resources, Jackie Reses, that proclaimed, “We need to be one Yahoo!, and that starts with...[Click to read more]

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Yahoo Has It Backward: Why Working Remotely Is Better for Everyone

by Ellen Galinsky, TheDailyBeast.com
February 26, 2013

Marissa Mayer is making a big mistake in banning telecommuting. Working remotely improves productivity and morale, says Ellen Galinsky, and that’s a win for everyone. Marissa Mayer, the CEO of Yahoo is making news again. First, it was that she wasn’t going to take much of a leave after the birth of her first child....[Click to read more]

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Managing Remote Employees: Exploring Some Basic Principles

by theremoterevolution.com
February 26, 2013

If you’ve read anything about Mom Corps, you know that they practice something called “ROWE” (Results-Only Work Environment).  I read an interview with Mom Corps’ CEO, Allison O’Kelly and here’s what she had to say about this: “Virtual managers likely need training on how to expand their communication skills to include how to keep employees...[Click to read more]

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Working at home with young children: How to be a CEO and a parent simultaneously

by Eric Michaels, smallbiz.theupsstore.com
February 26, 2013

If you find yourself grappling with the transition to parenthood while starting a small business, you’re not alone. In many cases, having young children may motivate someone to start a small business in order to support them. The challenge of being both the CEO of your business and a parent may seem overwhelming. Here are...[Click to read more]


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