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And last week Marisa Mayer the CEO of Yahoo! essentially telling hundreds of -- employees that work remotely that if they don't move into the office they don't -- job.
And now -- -- of foxbusiness.com.
Really dig into this and you have.
Some more information about their decision yet still Marisa Mayer really -- -- who bear the torch for all working moms and she took this job at Yahoo! last year.
She admitted within the same day that she was actually pregnant and she famously took off only those two weeks when she had her -- September.
She's really ticked off the working mom community by ending their telecommuting policy last Friday in an internal memo on I was sent out.
To -- Yahoo! employees as of June it ought to start working in office.
-- to fuel the fire even more business insider is now saying that a Yahoo! employee reported to you all things.
That she -- in nursery built in her office can now -- on saying that it's unfair that she's ended this telecommuting policy and has this nursery.
For her sign in Iraq.
So I spoke to a couple of different people and it also -- -- Yahoo! is he was there and what's India -- at all surprising front page they don't comment on rumor is they said that they don't also they also don't comment on internal policy and that there.
Not -- a broad sweeping statement about.
Telecommuting in general but they're rather just trying say what's right for Yahoo! in this moment in time.
-- they say we don't discuss doesn't matter if not a broad industry view on working from home and it's about what's right for Yahoo! rates.
I agree with that.
I you still I mean.
Whether or not she hasn't nursery is going to be doubt she doesn't have a job and she's also the woman he's 37 he's heading up the tech company that's two glass ceiling is very -- she's from in -- so.
Some similar kind of saying -- break be -- I spoke to you John Challenger he's -- -- challenger gray and Christmas big staffing consultancy firm.
He said if she does have a her nursery in her office more power to her for building it she's trying to make a statement that Yahoo! is important to her if that was her -- -- she shouldn't be criticized for it.
She's coming in.
When she says sixty.
Absolutely night seeking -- incidents job where she can get her feet wet she's got to start work my way yes she's mistake -- -- sorry for.
Yeah IPO went to -- heading can't end this huge almost impossible he's the sixth or seventh CEO since 2007 to to -- -- they really -- -- shake up he's trying to change the culture.
And it's not like they're cash flow positive like Google lives -- yeah more leniency to do things that.
Like she had there so.
I have to -- moms rising that the coalition forces elegant flat and probably hate this yes.
He's making new precedent this this is coalition of a million moms across the country so they actually weren't support of the nursery they said the same thing accountants had more power -- if she does happen because she's trying to -- to meet the demands of this really import and very visible job and she's trying to -- associated her family's important her.
But they said -- Heard telecommuting policy moved a step back in the 1950s and that anytime you roll back.
Family friendly business policies just bad for the company -- Close.
It's Italian meaning is the new trend is working for a lot of people and a lot of those employees.
Don't have access to an office so just going to -- didn't -- that she found it warrant has picked up productive yet and apparently there's been report that there that they were running companies on the -- because they had so much free time.
Working from home and -- also interesting to.
Challenger said that she's definitely taking more heat because she's a woman in this position and he said to me that anybody -- Warren Buffett has a corporate jet -- -- them back and forth now.
And of course they don't because it's expecting the CEO he has more.
Power and opportunity to sell more power to crack cracked give I think you so much for -- patent and all of that -- for -- --
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