- n. One who teleworks.
“Cindy Auten is the general manager for Telework Exchange, and a regular teleworker.”
“So how do we build trust between the teleworker and their supervisors, coworkers, and others?”
“One GSA teleworker told me that he meets with many of his colleagues outside the office more now than when he was an office worker.”
“I know that if you address the trust issues and the personal interaction needs, you can be a successful teleworker every day.”
“The key is to present teleworking as a benefit to the employer," says Michelle Goodman, a teleworker and author of My So-Called Freelance Life (Seal Press, 2008).”
“I have been a full time teleworker for 11 years of my 12 at a major tech company.”
“The key is to present teleworking as a benefit to the employer," says Michelle Goodman, a teleworker and author of My So-Called Freelance Life Seal Press, 2008.”
“Cisco's study was an in-depth look at almost 2,000 employees, geared to evaluate the social, economic and environmental impacts that come with being a teleworker at Cisco, whose main office is in San Jose, California.”
“On the business side, AT&T is planning on teleworker trials during this quarter in Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and the UK.”
“Its award-winning portfolio of campus, branch/teleworker, and mobile solutions simplify operations and secure access to all corporate applications and services - regardless of the user's device, location, or network.”
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