Telecommuting started in California in the 1970s to reduce traffic and save the earth, but it’s not just an old hippie fad. Big companies and big government have embraced it, and millions of employees swear by it. Telecommuting involves working from just about anywhere besides a company’s main offices — including workers’ homes, clients’ facilities, and employer-owned satellite offices, and even from a hotel room while on the road.Read More...
From: HRLaws | 01/03/2013
In the Blogs
- New York fast-food employers bracing for $15 minimum wage
- NLRB: Failure to negotiate data breach remedies with union violates NLRA
- Donald Trump will win (a Title VII lawsuit)
- Contractors face August 1 deadline for new veteran reporting form
- Gender identity in the workplace: Employers face emerging discrimination issue