Yahoo has ended its work-at-home policy and is requiring employees to work in the office in a bid to encourage collaboration. Many employers are offering increased workplace flexibility, but some experts say working in an office may help spur creativity and innovation. "If you want innovation, then you need interaction," says John Sullivan, San Francisco State University professor. "If you want productivity, then you want people working from home."
Does working from home squash innovation?
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