How companies are implementing telecommuting best practices to their advantage
- Boehringer Ingelheim Finds Telecommuting Key To Work Place Of The Future
- With the Winter Flu Season in Full Effect, "Mobilizing Against Pandemic" Study Reveals Remote Workforce Challenges
- Getting Clueful: Seven Things the CIO Should Know About Telecommuting
- Best Practices in IT for the Telecommuter: Preventive Steps to Save Costs and Productivity
- During Flu Season, Telecommuting Combats "Presenteeism"
- Supervisor Telecommutes and Effectively Manages Staff
- Telecommuting Effectively Meets Temporary Needs
- Cisco Systems Says: Focus on Strategic Goals
- Telecommuting: The Special Circumstances Solution
- Website Promotes Telecommuting to Federal Employees
"Approximately 20 percent of Boehringer Ingelheim's Ridgefield work force telecommutes at least one day a week", adds Hardiman. "Telecommuting is a big plus for the company and our employees."
Telework Exchange(sm), a public-private partnership focused on expanding telework adoption, announced the results of the "Mobilizing Against Pandemic" study, evaluating public- and private-sector's business continuity and mobile IT infrastructure standings.
IT workers who telecommute share advice for their bosses about the process, technology, and attitudes necessary for staff to be productive when they work from home.
In-house IT staff and telecommuters must work together to keep off-site computers functioning properly and according to company standards.
Sick employees in the office may cost companies less if they stay home
How one manager telecommutes and manages a ten-person team
Solutions to work interruptions in a variety of special circumstances
Telecommuting can help address a number of strategic goals
Maintain services and productivity during all types of work disruptions
Provides access to training programs and agency policies on the web