HP cuts back on telecommuting

Which clearly explains HP’s backwards thinking and lack of progressiveness. The typical blue suit, brown tie manager mentality left over from the System 360 days. If I can’t see my employee, he can’t possibly be doing any work ….Hewlett-Packard, the Silicon Valley company known for pioneering flexible work arrangements four decades ago, is canceling telecommuting for a key division of the company. While other companies nationwide are pushing more employees to work from home to cut office costs, HP believes bringing its information-technology employees together in the office will make them swifter and smarter. The decision shocked HP employees and surprised human resource management experts, who believe telecommuting is still a growing trend. HP cuts back on telecommuting