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intr.v. tel·e·com·mut·ed, tel·e·com·mut·ing, tel·e·com·mutes
To work at home using a computer connected to the network of one's employer.

tel′e·com·mut′er n.
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(Computer Science) another name for teleworking
ˈtelecomˌmuter n
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(ˈtɛl ɪ kəˌmyu tɪŋ)

the act or practice of working at home using a computer terminal electronically linked to one's place of employment.
tel′e•com•mut`er, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.telecommuting - employment at home while communicating with the workplace by phone or fax or modemtelecommuting - employment at home while communicating with the workplace by phone or fax or modem
employment, work - the occupation for which you are paid; "he is looking for employment"; "a lot of people are out of work"
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práce z domova přes počítač
hálózatról dolgozás
práca doma na počítači
bilgisayar ağıyla evden çalışma


[ˈtelɪkəmˌjuːtɪŋ] Nteletrabajo m, trabajo m a distancia
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[ˌtɛlikəˈmjuːtɪŋ] ntélétravail m
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nTelearbeit f
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(ˈtelikəˌmjuːt) verb
to work from home by using a computer terminal that is linked to one's place of employment.
ˈteleˌcommuting noun
ˈtelecommuter noun
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References in periodicals archive ?
He served as information technology minister till 2008 and introduced computerised number plates of vehicles as well as e-working in government offices.
Making this asset work for Wales will be critical and embracing e-working, for some sectors, will be an ideal opportunity to enhance our economic competitiveness for new and existing enterprises.
So it is important to teach children about e-working, he insists.
"Fifty-six per cent said moving to e-working had reduced stress levels and 64 per cent said it had improved their work/life balance."
New members of the Institute of Directors in Coventry and Warwickshire are to be given an insight into e-working and improving the life-work balance.
From an employer's perspective, there are several benefits to e-working. Benefits at the organizational level include improved workplace productivity, higher job satisfaction, less absenteeism and turnover, and reduction of costs associated with office space (Di Martino & Wirth, 1990; Kurland & Bailey, 1999; Kurland & Cooper, 2002; Young, 1991).
A case study of 100 families across Europe was carried out to identify the experiences of actual families with e-working. The project cast light on the close link between employment, social inclusion and gender equality, and the research strategy, according to the study's authors.