Have you heard? Tumblr belongs to Yahoo! now. No one knows what that means, but there has been plenty of speculation about what Yahoo — and by extension, Marissa Mayer — have planned for the brainchild of twenty-something David Karp....Show More Summary
Yahoo just bought Tumblr for $1.1 billion. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer explained her move in a Tumblr blog post. More » Marissa Mayer: Here’s Why I Just Bought Tumblr For $1.1 Billion is a post from TheGrindstone - Tips on career, business & work place for women, including interview advice, resume help and strategy and office style..
After Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer caught all sorts of flack over her no telecommuting policy, she has seemingly done a 180 on the warm and fuzzy family-friendly scale with a new maternity leave policy that is, by all accounts, awesome for an American business. New moms who give birth themselves get 16 weeks of paid leave with benefits. [...]
In an interview Tuesday, Marissa Mayer said she knows exactly what you think of her telecommuting policy but doesn't care--because it's working. Marissa Mayer knows precisely what you think of her--and her telecommuting policy--and she couldn't care less. Show More Summary
Marissa Mayer seems to be making an effort at Yahoo! to take into account that not everyone is a genius workaholic. She is making changes at the company that show compassion for families, and this will not only benefits her employees but the welfare of the company as well. Show More Summary
We love her. We hate her. We love her. We hate her. Since accepting the position as Yahoo CEO, Marissa Mayer has not stopped making waves. We loved her as a strong, powerful, female CEO of a big, important company … then some were irked when she took a two-week maternity leave after giving birth to her first child. Show More Summary
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is usually considered one of the tech industry's best dressed. For the Met Gala she chose to punk up her hair with blue and orange streaks that were maybe meant to match her gown? More » Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer...Show More Summary
Earlier this week, we reported that Yahoo is now giving new mothers 16 weeks off, new fathers, 8. More » Under Marissa Mayer’s New Rules, New Parents At Yahoo Get $500 is a post from TheGrindstone - Tips on career, business & work place for women, including interview advice, resume help and strategy and office style..
You probably can't offer 16 weeks of paid leave. Here's what you can do. After Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer caught all sorts of flack over her no telecommuting policy, she has seemingly done a 180 on the warm and fuzzy family-friendly scale with a new maternity leave policy that is, by all accounts, awesome for an American business. Show More Summary
In February, Yahoo's new CEO Marissa Mayer made headlines when she revoked her employees' privilege to work from home. She also kicked off a national conversation about whether working from home makes employees more productive, or whether...Show More Summary
Yesterday I read a profile on Marissa Mayer, the CEO of Yahoo, written in October last year (yes, I’m a little behind on my reading). The part that interested me was the description of how she got from Google to Yahoo. It says: “Mayer had no plans to leave Google. Show More Summary
In the media In recent months the media has placed a great deal of attention on the evolving roles of women in the workplace largely thanks to Marissa Mayer - first for her noteworthy rise to CEO of Yahoo and then for her controversial...Show More Summary
When Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer ended telecommuting at Yahoo, critics called it an “epic fail” and her “worst decision,” citing studies that working at home can increase productivity and keeps workers happy. More » 11 Of History’s Biggest...Show More Summary
Since Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer eliminated work from home, there has been lots of talk about workplace flexibility. Here are some options. The post 4 Options For More Workplace Flexibility appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
Sheryl Sandberg is promoting her book and launching a national movement to empower women, but she still has time to defend her friend and fellow Silicon Valley power woman Marissa Mayer. In this week’s TIME cover story she had a lot to say. Show More Summary
Unless you’re Marissa Mayer, you probably have an instinct that flexible work hours would be good for body and soul: Fewer hours spent in rush-hour traffic, the chance to go to an afternoon doctor’s appointment or a kids’ piano recital,...Show More Summary
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s decision to ban telecommunicating sparked a national debate over work-life balance (some of it taking place on this very site), yet one Yahoo employee is going to extreme lengths — thousands of miles of length,...Show More Summary
How dare Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, a new mother for goodness sake, force employees to come to work! How dare she want employees to see each other! What could be good about people who work in the same company making eye contact? Shaking hands? Exchanging a fist bump? Why that would mean getting dressed! Improving [...]
Marissa Mayer recently eliminated working from home at Yahoo! Here's what your boss really thinks about employees working from home. The post Working From Home? What Your Boss Really Thinks appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
Some of Yahoo!'s employees are furious their new CEO Marissa Mayer just banned working from home. The idea that Mayer is denying some employees the convenience of telecommuting—when she apparently built a nursery in her office to accommodate her own new-mom status—doesn’t help. Show More Summary