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Where we start work each morning affects more than the bottom line.

When Yahoo called a halt to teleworking in a leaked memo to employees in 2013, slamming it as slow and detrimental to work quality and creativity, it created outrage and surprise among the corporate community.

Not only were workers reportedly fuming, but other companies were quick to register their disbelief, with Virgin entrepreneur Richard Branson blogging that the decision was a “backwards step in an age when remote working is easier and more effective than ever”.

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Published in National Safety magazine, August-September 2013.






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