Marissa Mayer wants to foster a collaborative environment by requiring staff to come into the office to do their jobs.

This article titled “Yahoo chief bans working from home” was written by Charles Arthur, technology editor, for The Guardian on Monday 25th February 2013 18.30 UTC

Surfing the web from at home might be just what Yahoo's chief Marissa Mayer wants her audience to do – but she has banned employees of the company itself from working “remotely”, in an edict sent out last Friday to Yahoo's thousands of staff.

Several hundred staff must now relocate their home offices to Yahoo's nearest office outpost by June – or quit, as the former Google chief gets serious about getting the company's staff back into “meat space” so it can be a contender in the web space.

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