Flexibility:  Telecommuting

Telecommuting means you work one, two or three days a week from home or another off-site location.

Telecommuting can provide you with an opportunity to customize the way you work. It gives you more control over your schedule and more responsibility for making sure business needs are met. This flexibility can help maximize productivity and effectiveness and balance the demands of work and personal responsibilities. 

Telecommuting can ease the strains of commuting and can be particularly beneficial if a job requires quiet, reflective, uninterrupted work time.

There is growing evidence that telecommuting, when implemented appropriately and managed well, can improve effectiveness on an individual and organizational level.  But there are challenges too.  Whether you’re a manager or an employee, you’ll want to understand the benefits and challenges of telecommuting for Our Company.

whether telecommuting is
desirable and feasible
your own behavioral and
technical path to success 
more fully by diving
more deeply

-- Weigh Pros & Cons

-- Take FlexFitness 

-- Review Success Story

-- Study tips for Succeeding

-- Learn the Tools that are
   available to Telecommuters

-- Review and complete the
   Telecommuting Training

-- Visit Troubleshooting to
   see issues that arise

-- Review Telecommuting 

-- Read Your Agreement 
to see what’s expected

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