The term “telecommuting” has changed a lot in the past few years. Some think it’s something to do to accommodate a disabled employee or a job for a “stay-at-home” mom who wants to bring in extra money. And others might think it’s for the tech-savvy Generation Y kids who can program just about anything.
But as modern technology extends its reach in our lives, many of us find ourselves “telecommuting” on a daily basis. When we use our Blackberry on the bus, or a Netbook in the airport, or cell phone on the train, we are telecommuting. As a manager, what do you need to know about managing telecommuters?
Find out by reading ACCR’s new “Telecommuting” chapter! You’ll learn:
- The benefits of offering a telecommuting option
- Jobs easily adapted to telecommuting
- Selecting individuals for telecommuting
- Supervising the telecommuter
- Safety concerns
- Much more!
Click here to read the chapter!