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Coworking for Telecommuters

Telecommuting has been around for a very long time.  I know, I co-wrote the first (and as far I I know the only) telecommuting plan at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in 1990 (or so, I forget). From that effort, I gained a lifelong love of the potential of remote work.  I am shocked that it has not become more commonplace….but

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Telecommuting: Crossing the Threshold to Work, Part 3

This article originally published in the Tracy Press. Telecommute while cornavirus is still active Go here to read Part 2. Go here to read Part 1. Go here to read Part 4. READ MY 2011 UPDATE FIRST:  Free Telecommuting Advice Telecommuting: Crossing the Threshold to Work, Part 3 Save money, time, and the environment, reduce traffic, increase productivity, and maintain business continuity. As

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Should Your Company ALLOW Telecommuting ?

  YIKES!  That title irritates the living daylights out of me….   “Should Your Company ALLOW Telecommuting?”  I ran across an article today with that title. How WRONG is that?  Companies should ENCOURAGE telecommuting because: 1. It increases employee productivity. 2. It helps companies meet GREEN initiatives. 3. Telecommuting (or coworking) employees are HAPPIER employees. 4. Telecommuting saves the EMPLOYEE

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