Featured in the segments below are Telecommute Connecticut speakers and employer representatives discussing all aspects of telecommuting from implementation to its benefits to both employers and employees alike.
Each segment may be viewed in its entirety; with the longer discussions also divided into smaller segments for specific topics.
- Telecommuting: An Economic Imperative (Peter Gioia/CBIA)
Peter Gioia, CBIA Vice President & Chief Economist, discusses how telecommuting is a key part of the solution to the challenges facing Connecticut businesses.
- Intro to Telecommuting (Jean Stimolo/Telecommute Connecticut)
Jean Stimolo, Telecommute Connecticut Project Manager, looks at what telecommuting is, the business case for implementing a telecommuting program, and how to do so effectively.
- The Employer HR Factor (Laura Collins/Telecommute Connecticut)
Laura Collins, Telecommute Connecticut Human Resources Consultant, discusses HR telecommuting issues including who should telecommute, managing risks, developing, monitoring and evaluating a pilot program and more.
- Voice & Data Technology Factors (Carolyn Cary/Telecommute Connecticut)
Carolyn Cary, Telecommute Connecticuts Voice & Data Consultant goes through information technology factors including costs, control & ownership, voice network, hardware & software requirements, and more.
- Technology Deployment Factors (Dr. Richard Bassett/Telecommute Connecticut)
Dr. Richard Bassett, Telecommute Connecticuts Information Technology Consultant, discusses the various information technology considerations to consider when implementing telecommuting.
- Panel Discussion
Representatives from three companies Telecommute Connecticut helped implement successful telecommuting programs discuss how and why telecommuting has been beneficial for various challenges their business had to resolve.