Edit ModuleShow Tags

Why Marissa Mayer Told Remote Employees To Work In An Office ... Or Quit

Remote employees need to be working in Yahoo offices, by June.


Published:

Yahoo CEO marissa mayer at the world economic forum in davosOn Friday, Yahoo human resources boss Jackie Reses sent out a memo telling all remote employees that, by June, they needed to be working in Yahoo offices.

Anybody who couldn't, or wouldn't, should quit.

Reeses wrote: "Being a Yahoo isn’t just about your day-to-day job, it is about the interactions and experiences that are only possible in our offices."

World Economic Forum

Naturally, many of these remote employees are pretty sawed-off about the decision.

So, why did Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer make it?

We spoke with a source familiar with Mayer's thought process on the matter. Here is what that person told us:

  • Yahoo has a huge number of people of who work remotely – people who just never come in.
     
  • Many of these people "weren't productive," says this source.
     
  • "A lot of people hid. There were all these employees [working remotely] and nobody knew they were still at Yahoo."
     
  • These people aren't just Yahoo customer support reps. They're in all divisions, from marketing to engineering.

Continue reading at Business Insider.

Edit ModuleShow Tags

Archive »Related Content

How to Throw an Amazing DIY Mermaid Party

Does your little one dream of living under the sea? Throw her an amazing birthday party that she'll never forget. Get tips from real NJ party planners on how to DIY the whole event.

Two Massive New Water Parks Are Making Their Way to New Jersey

Watch out, Poconos! The Garden State may shortly become the Water Park State after the announcement of two giant parks approved in the Meadowlands and Atlantic City.

Where to Find Free Outdoor Movies in NJ this Summer

Enjoy movies (for free!) under the stars in one of those great parks!

Best NJ Places to Take Preschoolers in July

Top 8 things to do with your 5-and-under cutie pies this month

It's Pick-Your-Own Strawberry Time in New Jersey!

23 Farms to Pick Strawberries

Add your comment:
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit Module Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags