Telecommute!: Go To Work Without Leaving Home

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Wiley, Apr 2, 1996 - Political Science - 216 pages
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Make the virtual office a reality

How many hours of your day are spent commuting? Do you ever wish you could go to work without having to go through the aggravation of actually getting there? Would you like to devote more time to your family? If so, telecommuting could be for you. Drawing on the stories of real people who are active telecommuters, Lisa Shaw provides potent advice and inspiration on this innovative--and increasingly popular--approach to the workplace. Here's invaluable information on:
* Determining if telecommuting is an option for your career
* Negotiating with your boss
* Setting up your home office
* Balancing your work and home life
* Keeping your career on track--even when you're physically out of sight.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Telecommuting and Business
31
The Benefits of Telecommuting
46
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

LISA SHAW is a telecommuter who has written several books, including (as Lisa Rogak) The 100 Best Retirement Businesses, Vermont: Off the Beaten Path, and Time Off from Work: Using Sabbaticals to Enhance Your Life While Keeping Your Career on Track (Wiley). She has contributed to numerous magazines and newspapers, including Mademoiselle, New York, the Los Angeles Times, and the New York Daily News.

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