Telework - A WorldatWork Special Report

Based on Data Collected by The Dieringer Research Group Inc. and WorldatWork

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This special report provides a view of telework from both the employee and the employer perspectives, and creates a useful picture of how telework is playing out in the United States today.

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Findings

  • Fewer Employed Americans Teleworked
  • The Frequency of Telework, by Those Who Telework Regularly, Is on the Rise
  • Today’s Teleworkers Are Most Often 40-Year-Old Male College Graduates
  • ‘Home’ Is Still the Most Common Location for Telework; ‘Satellite Center’ and ‘Hotel’ Are Gaining Ground
  • Being Allowed to Work Remotely Is Frequently Perceived to Be a ‘Reward’ by Both Employers and Employees

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  • 2011
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