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Why Telecommuting Makes Sense

 
 
 
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Why Telecommuting Makes Sense

$400 billion is the estimated amount virtual work policies can save U.S.businesses every year.
Telecommuting—workers like it, the environment benefits from it, but a lot of bosses still disdain it. In a tight economy, though, it is harder than ever to argue with the bottom-line numbers. Allowing employees to work outside the office provides a great cost savings for organizations, according to new findings from Citrix Online and the Telework Research Network.

See also: The Boss Won't Let Your Telecommute.

 
 
Dennis McCafferty is a freelance writer for Baseline Magazine.
 
 
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