Telecommute CT! helps LeadMasters
Generate Pilot Program
helps client companies - such as
and MetLife - generate sales appointments with qualified
prospects. LeadMasters needs people with substantial business experience who can successfully make exploratory
phone calls and reach high level executives in the prospects' organizations. The challenge is to recruit and retain such
well qualified individuals in today's competitive job market, especially given the long commute faced by many current
employees and potential recruits. So LeadMasters considered telecommuting.
New Study Measures Telecommuting in Connecticut for the First Time
How many Connecticut workers actually telecommute? Until now, nobody knew. So earlier this year, Telecommute CT!
commissioned a statewide survey of employers and employees in order to quantify telecommuting in Connecticut and gauge
attitudes about it.
Telecommute CT!'s Top 10 List
Steps Toward a Successful Telecommuting Program - Want to start a telecommuting program at your
company but don't know how? Our Top-10 list of crucial steps will give you an idea of what it takes.
Free Video on Telecommuting
If you're unsure about whether - or how - to
start a telecommuting program for your employees, or if you need additional
supporting evidence for the idea, a new video from Telecommute Connecticut! will help you considerably. It's called "Telecommuting -
The Road to Success".
To get your free copy of the video, call Telecommute Connecticut! toll-free from anywhere in Connecticut at 1-800-255-7433.
Outside Connecticut, dial 1-203-777-7433. Ask for extension 134 - or click here to order online.
- The video features Connecticut employers and teleworkers who share their experiences and insights on telecommuting.
- The video promotes the benefits of telecommuting for employees and employers and provides a set of guidelines that will provide a greater probability of success of any telecommuting program.
Some Common Concerns About Telecommuting
Why don't all employers offer a telecommuting option? Many share certain concerns, which often stem from a lack of
first-hand experience with telecommuting.
Survey Says: "People Want To Telecommute"
for telecommuting is high, not just in Connecticut but nationwide, according to
a recent UCONN/Rutgers study. In fact,
worker demand for telecommuting currently outstrips employers' willingness to offer a telecommuting option - a
finding similar to a study published by Telecommute CT!.