she is looking out for them also because when things start to improve with her decisions it will be in their interest or would they rather be looking for a new job somewhere else in the long term it will benefit everyone including people that were working from home mark this message yahoo in 2 years will be back in the $40 range easily if yahoo didn't get the dead beats out yahoo woulkd be getting sold at $12
When someone can show thru the company metrics that more profitable revenue was generated, cost reductions were more significant, and more operational efficiencies were gained by having the workers only produce at a brick and mortar location, then that will be a good thing. Now where are the metrics that Yahoo is measuring against for the baseline on those that were working at home for comparison? You dont mean to tell me that Yahoo has no hard metrics meaning they have no clue about what level of productivity they were achieving? So it isnt so.