October 16, 2013
Written by Bloomfire Admin
CIO’s Tom Kaneshige on the latest trend among tech companies to bring remote workers back to their cubicles. Our own Heidi Farris weighs in:
“The best work is performed when someone is inspired to do so, not necessarily between the hours of 8 and 5, Monday through Friday,” writes Heidi Farris, vice president of community engagement and marketing at Bloomfire, in a blog post about managing millennials.
“We actually feel pretty strongly that employees should work in the office as much as possible since it does foster a more collaborative environment,” says Heidi Farris, vice president of community engagement and marketing at Bloomfire. “But we understand that folks have doctor appointments and personal responsibilities that will sometimes take them away from the office during work hours.”
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