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

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Who Telecommutes?

The types of job areas conducive to telecommuting are varied and continually expanding. While there are hundreds of corporate job titles that are applicable, the positions or job categories most typically involved in telecommuting include: computer professionals, writers, administrative support, customer service, writing/communications specialists, sales representatives, trainers, management, professional line staff, research analysts, and data processing staff.

Beyond identifying the right JOBS for telecommuting, successful telecommuting programs ensure that the right PEOPLE are selected. Those who successfully telecommute have a unique combination of motivation and skills that are critical to their success as telecommuters. ...

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