Telecommuting

Telecommuting can mean different things to different people. Some think of all work at home jobs as telecommuting jobs, but in common use I see people considering a telecommuting job to be one in which the employee works part of the time in the home and part in the office, and that is the meaning here, to separate it from the rest of the work at home discussions here.

Telecommuting Articles

Telecommuting Basics
What do we mean when we talk about telecommuting? What are the basic considerations?

How to Propose Telecommuting
One of the tricks to getting started as a telecommuter is getting your boss to agree to let you telecommute even part of the time.

Who really hires telecommuters?
Is it really possible to start out in a job as a telecommuter?

Want to work at home but don't want to leave your job? Telecommute!
Many people dream of working at home for a variety of reasons. True work at home jobs are hard to find, but you might be able to make your current job into one at least part of the time.

What Kinds of Jobs are Good for Telecommuting?
Some jobs are well suited to a telecommuting arrangement while others are not. Learn the signs of a job that has the potential to work with a telecommuting arrangement.

Your Telecommuting Proposal
Ready to propose telecommuting to your boss? Learn to write up your telecommuting proposal.

Your Telecommuting Presentation
Along with your proposal you may have to make a presentation in favor of telecommuting. Here's some of what to expect.

Telecommuting To Work: How Web Conferencing Can Help You Be More Productive
Taking advantage of modern technology to make telecommuting highly effective. Be a part of the team even when you're at home.

Working at Home with a Disability
Some people work at home more out of necessity due to a disability. This is a legitimate option that can be discussed with your boss when you need a way to continue working and the job can be done from home.

Getting Comfortable with Telecommuting
Think a job with telecommuting privileges is your dream job? It isn't for everyone. It can be very challenging and not always what you might expect it to be.

Concerns and Benefits

Benefits of Telecommuting for Employees
Employees have a lot to gain by being allowed to telecommute. It's more than just saving gas and being at home.

Telecommuting Concerns for Employees
Telecommuting also presents challenges for employees. Review these concerns so that you know more about what you're getting into when you want to telecommute.

Benefits of Telecommuting for Employers
Many employers have doubts about how they will benefit by allowing telecommuting. However, there are benefits to them.

Telecommuting Concerns for Employers
What does an employer need to watch out for when allowing employees to telecommute?

 



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