Unless you’ve been under a rockÂ withÂ no Wifi, you know that Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has been hit with someÂ scrutinyÂ regarding her work from home policyÂ – specifically from parents. But now, I don’t give two figs about all the work from home hoopla considering that Marissa has officially announced a baller maternity leave and paternity leave for Yahoo employees. Work from home what? More
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So even though I’m happy both these ladies are raging against the man-machine, the majority of us can’t really join the conversation because we are busy clipping coupons so we can afford to eat and have the luxury of electricity. More
Women just can’t seem to get over their collective disappointment with Marissa Mayer‘s refusal to be a working mom role model. The Yahoo CEO has proven that she doesn’t want to worry about her influence on the national workplace culture. She just wants to run her darn company. And one of Mayer’s supporters comes in the form of the ultimate ‘Women In The Workplace’ spokesperson, Sheryl Sandberg. More
There are a million different scheduling issues that need to be figured out for working parents and itâs disappointing that a working mother and brilliant mind like Marissa Mayer doesnât address the nuances of that in her new policy. More
Marissa Mayer and Yahoo released the briefest and snootiest of, “Please mind your own business,” statements today concerning the national outrage over their leaked work-from-home policy memo. Apparently, the international company that employs over 11,000 people doesn’t believe that anyone should care about their personal policies. I mean, after all, it’s not like Yahoo is an influential or important company, right? More
Marissa Mayer just got kicked a few more rungs down the mommy shit list. The Yahoo CEO and timid glass ceiling buster who just ended telecommuting for Yahoo employees — and therefore a flexible work schedules for parents — has a private Marissa MayerÂ nursery in her office. Cue parental anarchy. More
Working parents and others that enjoy the flexibility of being productive from home have got to be pissed as Marissa Mayer ends telecommuting options for Yahoo employees. More
“Working mom” interviews tend to follow a particular script. And unfortunately new mother Marissa Mayer is no exception.
A couple of months into motherhood with baby Macallister Bogue, Marissa has come up for air to say all of you were blowing this newborn thing way out of proportion. More
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It turns out that Marissa Mayer, the reluctant poster woman of working motherhood, didn’t even want to be photographed for the cover while pregnant. Now we have problem. More
Television host and author of Exploiting My Baby, Teresa Strasser, wrote that earlier this week for Today.com. She joked that she was practically âtwinsiesâ with the Yahoo CEO, who had her baby boy on Monday, because they are due within a week of each other and are both having boys. But mostly Teresa says she is similar to Marissa because she is going to be working until her water breaks. She is a member of âThe Marissa Mayer Clubâ and from women we talked to, this isnât a very small club. More
Wow. Someone doesnât have a clear separation between her work life and personal life. But with a two week maternity leave, we already knew that about Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo. And show is using the tool of crowdsourcing to find a name for her one day old baby boy. More
I guess you know your baby’s birth is a real milestone for professional women when even your company is signing press releases. More