Telework


Telework centers: real telework?

Can you call it telework if you're driving to an office every day?

The telework era: better in theory than in practice

The Telework Enhancement Act of 2010 brought renewed attention to efforts to keep workers out of their offices. But it might not have actually changed things very much.

The obstacle at the breakfast table

Sometimes the biggest obstacle to working from home is the fact that you're at home.

Agencies need to tighten telework coordination, GAO says

Potential agency IT limitations weren't taken into account before the "unscheduled telework" option for federal employees went into effect earlier this year, a new report said.

Telework fosters productivity, study says

Employees can be more productive in a telework arrangement, according to a recent study.

Federal workspace won't look the same in the future

The federal workspace of the future is going to look very different because of technology, according to the administrator of the General Services Administration.

New WH memo outlines telework security guidelines

A senior Obama administration official is reminding federal agencies that they must comply with security guidelines while implementing the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010.

Like home-work boundaries? Loosecubes to the rescue.

New workspace marketplace fits a need for those who can telework, but choose not to work from home.

Maryland recruits disabled workers with telework option

Talented disabled workers in Maryland are being lured with telework incentives through a state program.

Agencies can ask teleworkers to work during hurricanes

Federal HR officials are told how to handle the upcoming hurricane season that's predicted to be busier than normal.

More than half of federal teleworkers are unsatisfied

Employee satisfaction with telework has hovered at 37 percent during the past five years.

Government IT products provider offers telework kits

New telework kits have all the gear needed to work remotely.