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Friday, 14th March 2008

Telework Under the Microscope: A Report on the National Science Foundation's Telework Program

Telework Under the Microscope: A Report on the National Science Foundation's Telework Program
Source: Telework Exchange
From press release (National Science Foundation):

The Telework Exchange, a public-private partnership focused on telework, and the National Science Foundation (NSF), today announced the results of a joint study, "Telework Under the Microscope--A Report on the National Science Foundation's Telework Program." Based on survey responses from 87 percent of NSF's employees, the study shows that telework is a win-win-win for managers, employees and the environment.

Among top-level findings, the study reveals that the majority of agency employees telework, and that 87 percent hold a positive view of telework in the federal government. The majority of managers who directly supervise teleworkers find those employees' productivity increases or remains the same while teleworking.

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