Two fast-growing Denver tech companies, two different views on telecommuting

The Denver Post asked two fast-growing, Denver-based technology companies for their views on telecommuting, and they took different positions.

The Denver Post, March 29, 2013 – Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s telecommuting ban last month raised eyebrows and generated plenty of discussion.

The Denver Post asked two fast-growing, Denver-based technology companies for their views on telecommuting, and they took different positions. Healthcare app maker iTriage generally sides with Mayer’s stance, while managed cloud services provider Hosting leans toward allowing workers to telecommute.

 

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Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s telecommuting ban last month raised eyebrows and generated plenty of discussion.
The topic is of particular interest in metro Denver because of the growing base of technology companies and the vast number of residents who work from home.
The Denver Post asked two fast-growing, Denver-based technology companies for their views on telecommuting, and they took different positions.
Healthcare app maker iTriage generally sides with Mayer’s stance, while managed cloud services provider Hosting leans toward allowing workers to telecommute.

 

 

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