NYC Rides With Telecommuting

Bailor, Coreen
March 2006
CRM Magazine;Mar2006, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p11
Trade Publication
Describes how telecommuting and contingency planning reduced the impact of the strike of the New York City transit union in December 2005 on the business sector. Effect of the strike on the economy of the city; Ability of the employees of Metropolitan Telecommunications to work from home; Failure of companies in New York City to prepare for a more long-term crisis.


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