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tel·e·com·mute

 (tĕl′ĭ-kə-myo͞ot′)
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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Translations
člověk pracující z domova přes počítač
fjernarbejder
hálózatról dolgozó
bilgisayar ağıyla evden çalışan kişi

telecommuter

[ˈtelɪkəmˌjuːtəʳ] Nteletrabajador(a) m/f, trabajador(a) m/f a distancia
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telecommuter

[ˌtɛlikəˈmjuːtər] ntélétravailleur/euse m/f
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

telecommuter

njd, der Telearbeit macht
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telecommute

(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 ?
As a telecommuter for a Southern California real estate investment company, Alexander works from a home office.
The increase in productivity is the most significant benefit of telecommuting when a worker turns into a telecommuter, expressed by steelworkers and their managers, in an ATandT-sponsored survey of 'Fortune' 1000 managers, 58 per cent pointed out increased in worker productivity".
inmigrant (aka cross-border telecommuter or electronic immigrant): Anyone who leaves his or her country of origin to work at a high-tech job in another country
Companies should have a system in place to retrieve property and files during a telecommuter's employment.
So isolation can take its toll on telecommuters. And the very freedom from corporate life that telecommuting implies can turn into a gaping hole that the telecommuter struggles to fill (resulting in bigger problems, for the fumble of one usually makes others stumble, too).
Research Question 3: Which behavior displayed by supervisors; task leadership style, relational leadership style, or communication competence, will serve as the greatest predictor of a telecommuter's communication satisfaction?
(11) This allows these states to tax the income of a nonresident telecommuter if his or her employer is located in the state.
A person who performs some portion of their work either from home or another worksite without having to travel into work would be considered a telecommuter. Therefore, all telecommuters are teleworkers, but not all teleworkers are telecommuters.
* Securing hardware: Security considerations for telecommuter computers used at home are common, but protective policies and mechanisms do not commonly address all prevalent threats.
The report also addresses the protection of hard-copy files, using privacy-enhancing technologies, adopting biometric technology (a process allowing access via a unique identifier) and limitations on the use of email, in addition to monitoring telecommuter activity by employees.

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