Unlike Yahoo’s blanket policy, Best Buy said some of the 4,000 non-store employees who took advantage of its work-from home program still may be able to telecommute or set flexible schedules. But as of Monday, they’ll no longer have the freedom to make those decisions without a manager, as they had in the past.
”It used to be a right about which a manager had no say. Now it’s a conversation. We believe in employee flexibility but are looking for it to come in the context of a conversation between that employee and their manager.”Best Buy spokesman Matt Furman said in an email.
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