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teleworking

the use of home computers, telephones, etc., to enable a person to work from home while maintaining contact with colleagues, customers, or a central office
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1 of the above mentioned document , the individual work contract with the object of telework represents a form of organizing and realizing of labour by using informational technologies within the contract.
In the present study, we focus on cross-cultural differences in telework adoption, i.
According to Telework Exchange data, Americans burn 26 billion gallons of gas by commuting each year--or 62 percent of the U.
Virginia is considering small budget cuts for agencies that fail to meet telework goals.
It has been difficult to establish a simple definition of telework that encompasses GSA's intent in the federal environment.
79% of the interviewed workers telework at least one day per week;
The authors asked the teleworkers to identify any strategies that helped them telework more effectively.
For the week, 209 State Department employees pledged to telework, thus saving $8,662 ($433,061 on an annual basis) and reducing pollutants by 4.
11) Further, servicemember responsibilities associated with telework programs are left to the discretion of each of the DoD components.
Advice on how employers can participate in National Telework Week;
AT&T's telework solutions include a wide range of industry-leading technologies and support capabilities, which include: broadband network access, security services, cloud computing solutions, mobility services and devices, equipment, software, and applications, such as web-based conferencing and voice-over-IP (VoIP) services.
Becrypt, a supplier of encryption and data security solutions, said yesterday that it welcomes the Telework Enhancement Act, which became law in December 2010.