Region Focus

Winter 2007

Phoning It In

Telecommuting hasn't become the commonplace work alternative its advocates anticipated. Still, the flexibility it offers has helped a significant number of companies and employees
By Charles Gerena

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The Telework Coalition

Telework Exchange

Bailey, Diane E., and Nancy B. Kurland. "A Review of Telework Research: Findings, New Directions, and Lessons for the Study of Modern Work." Journal of Organizational Behavior, June 2002, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 383-400.

Walls, Margaret, and Elena Safirova. "A Review of the Literature on Telecommuting and Its Implications for Vehicle Travel and Emissions." Resources for the Future Discussion Paper 04-44, December 2004.

Telecommunications and Travel Behavior Research Program, University of California at Davis

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