The typical teleworker is a model employee in adhering to security guidelines and keeping data safe, because the telework
program sets out requirements for computer safety.
continues to receive attention within Congress and federal agencies as a human capital strategy that offers various flexibilities to both employers and employees.
has been an official program since 1990.
The Defense Information Systems Agency's telework
implementation and design team received the Best New Telework
Initiative award from Telework
Exchange, a telework
According to a national survey of federal government and private-sector employees, telework
adoption continues to accelerate in the federal government and outpaces private-sector adoption by a three-to-one margin.
Nissen, who directed a special telework
initiative from 1997-2002, has found that some fields are more conducive to working from home than others: "Web design, computer programming, college and university counseling, writing, editing, and even teaching at the college level, where the prep work can be done at home, are all acceptable choices.
There is a trend toward making jobs more mobile and permitting employees to have remote access to work from home," says Jane Anderson, director of Midwest Institute of Telecommuting, a nonprofit consultancy that assists employers and employees with designing telework
Legal and risk management concerns are among the top reasons that companies do not support telework
programs, according to a recent survey by New York-based American Management Association.
Mobile Work Exchange, the New Telework
Exchange, Makes the Move to Mobility
26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Members of the media are invited to contact Elliott Masie, host of the recently announced TeleWork
2013 conference, for reactions to Yahoo's decision to end teleworking in June.
Why and how do some federal telework
On July 29, 2005, we briefed Congress on the results of our review of telework
methodologies at the Departments of Commerce (DOC), Justice (DOJ), State, the Small Business Administration (SBA), and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).