Efficiency-obsessed tech firms are sticking newsletters on toilet stall walls to keep employees productive while they poop

“Silicon Valley’s efficiency-obsessed tech giants are increasingly turning to the final frontier to reach their employees: the toilet” writes Rob Price for An example of Yelp’s “Learning on the Loo” toilet memo provided by a company spokesperson.It also has “Learning on the Loo,” which helps enlighten enthroned employees about other aspects of the company.Since at least as early as 2006, the $905 billion tech behemoth has published “Testing on the Toilet,” a one-pager that gives engineering advice to fellow employees.

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