WHITEPAPER: CRITICAL ISSUES FACING COLLABORATION PLANNERS & IT DECISION MAKERS
Maximizing the Mutual Benefits of Telework Programs & Remote Workers
Workplace flexibility is the new buzzword, superceding open offices, hoteling, and other concepts around the next-generation workplace. Workplace flexibility encompasses flexibility around both time (when do I start and end the work day) and space (from where to I work) and ultimately leads to a discussion around telework.
Telework isn’t appropriate for all jobs or all people. Policy guidelines should consider 1) does the employee have the right capabilities and competencies; 2) can the work be performed at home or at a remote location, and 3) does the remote location meet security standards.
This whitepaper explains the benefits of telework programs and remote workers, situations in which telework or remote work is appropriate, and what both Business and IT Managers need to do for the environment to succeed.
What You'll Learn:
- The benefits of a telework program in the enterprise
- The benefits of a telework program for the employee
- What Business and IT Managers need to do