Taking on telecommuting: Maybe Marissa Mayer was right

Taking on telecommuting: Maybe Marissa Mayer was right

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New Marissa Mayer Yahoo’s recent work from home uproar caused the pundit class to claim that one company’s internal decision was a mandate that that would kill off workplace flexibility and set women back decades across the country. The problem: it wasn’t. Yahoo made a decision for Yahoo, and other companies...
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Today's Scuttlebot: Yahoo Views, and Google Glass Hoax

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The technology reporters and editors of The New York Times scour the Web for important and peculiar items. For Thursday, selections include lessons for today's social networks from the collapse of an earlier one, two takes on Marissa Mayer's telecommuting ban and an advocate of an open Internet finding a...
Today's Scuttlebot: Yahoo Views, and Google Glass Hoax
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Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is facing intense backlash for her decision to ban workers from telecommuting.  Mommy bloggers have been particularly brutal and chances are they really aren't going to like the latest development in the controversy. Mayer was recently featured in a new PBS/AOL documentary called "Makers,"  in which she says...
Marissa Mayer Says She Doesn't Have A 'Militant Drive' Or 'Chip On The Shoulder' Like Feminists

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Different laws, different corporate policies, and different kinds of networks and organizations could step into the gaps. Union membership has fallen to a record low yet again. Just over 1 in 10 workers are in a traditional union. If you look at private sector workers only, the number is...
Unions Are Dying. What Comes Next?

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Want a job in information technology? Your best bet is to learn to code. According to a Dice.com survey, four of today’s top five most-sought-after job skills are developer-related. Results of a hiring survey released by Dice.com this week reveals that Java development continues to be No. 1 most...
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