Telecommuting and Virtual Offices: Issues and Opportunities

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Nancy J. Johnson
Idea Group, 2001 - Computers - 255 pages
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Telecommuting by any name-telework, mobile work, home offices, virtual employees or telematics-is one of the most intriguing and least understood results of advances in portable computing. Employees and communities are eager to embrace it and the media reports about it cite it as a perk with the power to attract new talent as well as to retain good employees. The question is how to start a program and what should an organization worry about? The difficulty for many managers is getting good advice on starting and managing programs effectively. The authors in Telecommuting and Virtual Offices: Issues and Opportunities present usable research and advice on many of these issues.

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s NANCY J. JOHNSON is coauthor of The Wonder of It All (2007). She is a professor of English/language arts education at Western Washington University, where she teaches courses in children's literature, young adult literature, English/language arts methods, and writing.sA former elementary and high school teacher, she consults with teachers and in school districts locally, nationally, and internationally. Nancy is the coauthor of Literature Circles Resource Guide (2001), Getting Started with Literature Circles (1999), and Literature Circles and Response (1995). s s

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