How will Yahoo's decision to end telecommuting affect wider adoption of the practice?
ttopp 1 year ago
One of the trends of the past decade has been a slowing increasing of the acceptance of telecommuting. Working from home is home is not for everyone or every company, but it works well for some. Do you think Yahoo's decision to ban telecommuting after having previously embraced it will have a wider impact on the acceptance of the work-from-home model?
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