telework

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telework

(ˈtɛlɪwɜːk)
vb (intr)
(Computer Science) to work from home while maintaining contact with colleagues, customers, or a central office by the use of home computers, telephones, etc. Also: telecommute

telework


Past participle: teleworked
Gerund: teleworking

Imperative
telework
telework
Present
I telework
you telework
he/she/it teleworks
we telework
you telework
they telework
Preterite
I teleworked
you teleworked
he/she/it teleworked
we teleworked
you teleworked
they teleworked
Present Continuous
I am teleworking
you are teleworking
he/she/it is teleworking
we are teleworking
you are teleworking
they are teleworking
Present Perfect
I have teleworked
you have teleworked
he/she/it has teleworked
we have teleworked
you have teleworked
they have teleworked
Past Continuous
I was teleworking
you were teleworking
he/she/it was teleworking
we were teleworking
you were teleworking
they were teleworking
Past Perfect
I had teleworked
you had teleworked
he/she/it had teleworked
we had teleworked
you had teleworked
they had teleworked
Future
I will telework
you will telework
he/she/it will telework
we will telework
you will telework
they will telework
Future Perfect
I will have teleworked
you will have teleworked
he/she/it will have teleworked
we will have teleworked
you will have teleworked
they will have teleworked
Future Continuous
I will be teleworking
you will be teleworking
he/she/it will be teleworking
we will be teleworking
you will be teleworking
they will be teleworking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been teleworking
you have been teleworking
he/she/it has been teleworking
we have been teleworking
you have been teleworking
they have been teleworking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been teleworking
you will have been teleworking
he/she/it will have been teleworking
we will have been teleworking
you will have been teleworking
they will have been teleworking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been teleworking
you had been teleworking
he/she/it had been teleworking
we had been teleworking
you had been teleworking
they had been teleworking
Conditional
I would telework
you would telework
he/she/it would telework
we would telework
you would telework
they would telework
Past Conditional
I would have teleworked
you would have teleworked
he/she/it would have teleworked
we would have teleworked
you would have teleworked
they would have teleworked
Translations

telework

[ˈtelɪwɜːk] VIteletrabajar

telework

References in periodicals archive ?
Each of these cost/benefit scenarios is based on an organization in which 50 percent of the staff teleworks at least one day per week.
The conclusions of the 2002 study are amply supported: investigations found that IT security was breached whether or not telework was involved, OMB and GSA issuances said that attention to compliance with existing security guidelines will enable effective secure telework programs, and the IRS ERAP implementation has succeeded.
Through its subsidiary operation, Teleworks USA, EKCEP has placed nearly 600 local people into customer service jobs.
DTIC offers all of its employees the option to telework on a regularly recurring basis or an ad hoc basis, and about 70 percent of the center's workforce teleworks.
Remote managing occurs when managers are physically separated from their direct reports because the manager and/or the employee teleworks, and thus manages these employees remotely.
Employers who allow their employees to telework will see an increase in quality applicants, employee retention and productivity, as well as decreased sick leave and need for office space, because employees are able to arrange their schedules to better fit their lifestyles.
President Obama signed the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010 into law in December 2010.
It's time for ad hoc telework programs to be brought up to snuff.<p>Technology has enabled telework programs to evolve beyond images of people dialing up in pajamas to remote workers tapping advanced collaboration tools that increase productivity and ensure business continuity.
In October 2000, Congress passed the Department of Transportation appropriations bill (PL 106-346), which included a provision requiring every federal agency to allow eligible employees to telework to the maximum extent possible without diminished performance.
Although the International Telework Association and Council (1998) can trace the history of teleworking to the National Science Foundation in 1973, it has only been since the decade of the 90's that teleworking has gain significance as an alternative work arrangement.
When Cheryl Mayberry McKissack launched Nia Enterprises in 2000, she knew she wanted telework to be an option for employees.
Although these newly-coined terms may irritate linguistic purists, there is no denying that telework is an emerging global phenomenon, rapidly gaining momentum in both developed and developing countries.