We agree that the best commute is no commute, even if it's not every day. We want to help you make the case for creating a telework policy in your workplace.
Employees can telework part time, full time, just occasionally or only during emergency conditions. Whether you’re an employer considering a telework option or an employee hoping to have the option, we’ve got resources to get you started.
Teleworking might be a great fit if you have the right type of work style and work in the right type of position. Ready to see if you are a good candidate for teleworking? Start by evaluating yourself and your current job description to see if your personality and position are a good match for teleworking.
Employees that are most successful in telework programs are usually:
When evaluating your work style, consider the characteristics of positions that do well teleworking. and again, be honest about your own strengths.
These positions typically:
Want some reassurance about telework's suitability for your situation? Click here to use the "Telework Eligibility Gizmo."
Offering a telework option can help your employer by attracting top talent, saving money, improving productivity, and more. However,
When drafting your plan, keep these things in mind:
These tips were taken from undress4success.com.