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Why I Stopped Working From Home (and Bashing Marissa Mayer)

Christie O. Tate | Posted 09.24.2013 | Women
Christie O. Tate

I was thrilled to be working from home: I bought a new desk, reveled in the short commute from my bedroom to my home office, and enjoyed not having to get dressed up one day a week. After four months in my new job, though, I stopped working from home.

Marissa Mayer Defends Herself

The Huffington Post | Alexis Kleinman | Posted 04.19.2013 | Technology

Two months after a leaked Yahoo internal memo banning employees from working from home caused an uproar, Chief Executive Marissa Mayer has finally bro...

How New Moms Can 'Lean In' Too: Take the Baby to Work

Nanette Fondas | Posted 05.20.2013 | Business
Nanette Fondas

While some companies may see the Yahoo and Best Buy bans on flexible working-from-home as an invitation to imitate and reduce workplace flexibility for employees, let's not throw the baby out with the bathwater.

Most Companies Still Let Workers Do This

The Huffington Post | Catherine New | Posted 03.12.2013 | Small Business

Don't sell your home office equipment just yet -- even as a few major companies have put the kibosh on remote office time in recent weeks, most plan t...

Why Women (and Media) Love to Pick on Sheryl Sandberg and Marissa Mayer

Keli Goff | Posted 05.01.2013 | Business
Keli Goff

It's too simplistic to say that women are just jealous of them. It's more complex than that. Their lives seem to be working for them in a way that the lives of very few women, or people in general, are working.

Marissa Mayer and Yahoo!'s Leaked Memo -- Say It Isn't So!

Dr. Patty Ann Tublin | Posted 04.30.2013 | Business
Dr. Patty Ann Tublin

Yes, Yahoo!'s argument that employees need to communicate and collaborate with each other is true. But the way to go about engineering this collaborative effort is not by abruptly banning your employees ability to work from home. This is just ludicrous.