Survey results report productivity lag among teleworkers

Butler, Kelley M.
March 2006
Employee Benefit News;Mar2006, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p56
Shows that teleworkers in the U.S. were honest about the lack of productivity when working from home, according to a survey from CareerBuilder.com. Number of teleworkers who participated in the survey; Excuses made by employees for shirking work when at home; Statement from Michael Dziak, president of Peachtree City, Georgia-based consulting firm InteleWorks. INSET: Teleworkers come clean.


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