Yahoo has taken drastic measures to deal with mounting frustrations with its staff over the parking situation at its Sunnyvale headquarters.
The company has grown so large in recent months that parking lots were getting full. Employees last month started the "ycantpark" Flickr stream, exposing cars that were taking up dual parking spaces and hoping that a public humiliation would lead to improved parking skills.
Today Yahoo blogger Jeremy Zawodny reported on his blog that the company started offering employee valet parking. This not only reliefs workers of having to park within the lines (makes you think about their business skills...), it also allows the company to make better use of the available parking spaces by double parking and blocking in cars.
Yahoo will soon be moving some staff to a new office building, Zawodny wrote, which should ease the pain – for now at least.
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