In response to an internal memo leaked to the press that Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer plans to cut the technology company’s telecommuting program, FlexJobs is offering 50% off their subscription services that help job seekers find flexible employment, including telecommuting jobs.
“We’re flabbergasted that any company would prohibit employees from telecommuting,” said Sara Sutton Fell, CEO of FlexJobs. “Time and time again, studies show that employees are not only more productive, but also happier.”
Our own research shows that, too. Companies around the world have adopted remote work strategies and profit from them, and so do their employees and the surrounding communities.
Practicing what they preach, the entire staff at FlexJobs telecommutes, too.
If you want to take advantage of FlexJobs special discount enter promo code “YAHOO” when you sign up. You’ll get half off on a job search membership that lets you find telecommuting job opportunities and part-time jobs in 50+ career categories. In addition, you’ll get resume help and skills testing, to name a few other benefits of joining. This coupon code is valid today and tomorrow, so sign up now.
(Yes, FlexJobs pays us a little when someone signs up. No, we wouldn’t recommend them if we didn’t think they were your absolute best choice. CNN, Fox, NPR, Wall Street Journal and dozens of other organizations trust our opinion, and we hope you will too.)