Sun Microsystems' Solution to Traffic That Doesn't Move? Satellite Work Centers

Cole, Caroline Louise
January 2001
Workforce;Jan2001, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p108
Stresses the advantages of satellite work centers to employees at Sun Microsystems company. Description of work centers; Significance of work centers; Implications of the establishment of work centers on the employees quality of work; Problem faced by Sun Microsystems which prompted it to establish satellite work centers.


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