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101 Tips for Telecommuters—Successfully Manage Your Work, Team, Technology and Family by Debra A. Dinnocenzo

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What Is Telecommuting?

Telecommuting redefines the workplace to enable people to work from home or from other locations during a portion of the work week. There is a continuum of options available to individuals and organizations that want to realize the benefits of telecommuting. This range of options takes into consideration amounts of time spent working in an office, at home or other remote locations.

If you're an informal telecommuter, you may work at home occasionally (e.g., when you need to be there to meet a service provider, tend to a sick child, avoid a major traffic or weather obstacle, etc.). Also, many people ...

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