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- Frequency of work at home. // Compensation & Working Conditions;Mar2002, pN.PAG
Reports on the total number of persons in May 2001 who worked at home as part of their primary job, regardless of how often they engaged in home-based work activity in the U.S. Job-related work at home on primary job.
- My Secret Work Weapon: Staying at home boosts morale and productivity. Stone, Tim // Marketing (00253650);2/1/2014, p1
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of working at home which helps to improve his morale and productivity.
- Out of office, in loop. HUDDLESTON, ANNA // Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);6/29/2009, Vol. 26 Issue 26, pP20
The article explores the benefits and challenges of working remotely at home. As part of companies' strategies to decrease spending and preserve their talents, they are offering an option to employees to work remotely. Considered as a perk and as a way to escape the hassles of office life, the...
- Missed benefits for home workers. Bentley, Ross // Computer Weekly;4/15/2003, p44
A survey of human resources specialists conducted by the Work Foundation revealed that teleworkers and home workers are not given the same access to training and mentoring opportunities as other employees. Respondents were shown a list of development opportunities and asked whether remote...
- HOME-MADE SUCCESS. Coleman, Alison // Employee Benefits;Feb2005, p36
Looks at key issues behind the growth of homeworking in Great Britain. Reasons for implementing homeworking scheme; Cost-effectiveness of homeworking; Considerations for employers offering homeworking scheme; Factors essential for the long-term sustainability of homeworking; Responsibilities...
- Telecommuting: Overview of Potential Barriers Facing Employers: GAO-01-926. Robertson, Robert E. // GAO Reports;7/11/2001, p1
Employers face potential tax, regulatory, and liability barriers when they establish telecommuting programs for their employees. Telecommuting refers to working from remote locations rather than an employer-provided location. Even though telecommuting has grown, some proponents are concerned...
- Catching up is most common reason to work at home. // Compensation & Working Conditions;Mar2002, pN.PAG
Reports on the most common reason why wage and salary workers in the U.S. work at home at least once a week. Other reasons stated by the workers; Reason of self-employed on why they work at home.
- The best of both worlds. McLean, Candis // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;05/31/99, Vol. 26 Issue 23, p34
Discusses at-home employment in Canada. The trend in telecommuting; Research by the National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts finding a direct correlation between the increase in crime and women leaving the home to work; Tips from Jill Pederson, author of `Securing...
- TELEWORKING A JEHO VNÃMÃNÃ Z POHLEDU ZAMÄšSTNANCÅ® A MANAGEMENTU. MICHALÍK, DAVID; PALEČEK, MILOŠ // Psychologie Pro Praxi;2012, Issue 3/4, p89
The article aims to explore the issue of work at a distance (in English frequently referred to as teleworking or telework). It then present results of investigations in a state institution and a commercial organization and presents how their employees and management perceive this form of work.