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homeworking

(ˈhəʊmˌwɜːkɪŋ)
n
the practice of working at home, rather than in a factory or office
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homeworking

[ˈhəʊmwɜːkɪŋ] Ntrabajo m desde casa
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She said: "Working with Business Gateway gave me the confidence to take the leap" from homeworking to create a new studio and workshop in Thurso town centre.
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The union organisation blamed the increased commuting times on low government spending on transport, employers not offering flexible or homeworking and people not able to afford houses close to where they worked.
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The Dubai branch of global homeworking firm Travel Counsellors has introduced a unique Travel Trade Programme designed specifically for individuals with travel and tourism industry experience, but in non-retail roles.
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Therefore, to ensure we maximise opportunities to attract and retain motivated and happy staff, WRAP offers a range of benefits to suit individual needs, ranging from homeworking, subsidised private healthcare, through to flexible working."
The benefits for employers from meeting the demand for homeworking and other forms of positive flexibility are already well documented, most recently in research published by Stanford University, which found that homeworkers producing 20% more than their office-based counterparts.