An Organizational Guide to Telecommuting: Setting Up and Running a Successful Telecommuter Program

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American Society for Training and Development, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 175 pages
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As rush-hour commutes get longer, you can guide your organization to telecommuting and the advantages it offers to employer and employee. Here's a book that explains all of the challenges and pitfalls and assists employees in moving their offices home. Checklists, sample policies, legal documents, and questions help individuals determine if the home office is where they belong.
 

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Contents

What It Is and Isnt
1
Why Organizations Choose Telecommuting
11
Developing a Telecommuting Philosophy for an Organization
29
Organizational Policies and Procedures Needed for Telecommuting
43
Introducing the Organization to Telecommuting
65
Selecting Employees for Telecommuting
85
Training Telecommuters
107
Training Telecommuter Supervisors
131
Monitoring and Evaluation
143
Glossary
167
Suggested Readings and Other Resources
173
About the Author
175
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About the author (1998)

George M. Piskurich is an organizational learning and performance consultant specializing in e-learning interventions, performance analysis, and telecommuting. He is the author of numerous books including "Getting the Most from Online Learning," "Self-Directed Learning: A Practical Guide to Design" and "Preparing Learners for e-Learning" all published by Pfeiffer.

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