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HP eyes end to telecommuting, needs 'all hands on deck'

Hewlett-Packard follows Yahoo's lead, which earlier this year put a cap on working from home.

By October 9, 2013


Does telecommuting really reduce employee performance?

Academic research suggests that working more than one day a week away from the office, for jobs that require a lot of collaboration with colleagues, can cut into performance.

By March 4, 2013


Would you give up your spouse to telecommute?

In order to celebrate Valentine's Day, a survey asks Americans what they would give up in order to telecommute. Five percent say "spouse," while 12 percent say "daily shower."

By February 12, 2012


IT pros would take salary cut to telecommute

Survey from online job site Dice found that a sizable chunk of IT pros surveyed would accept a 10 percent salary cut for the opportunity to telecommute.

By April 20, 2011


Report: Two of every five of workers telecommute

With the growth of technology, almost two of every five employed adults work from home at least one day a month, according to the Consumer Electronics Association.

By October 9, 2009


Slouching toward telecommuting: IT's newest challenge

The latest data suggests that energy prices are likely going higher. Now the big question is whether IT will be ready to handle the new demands put on it by more telecommuters.

By May 9, 2008


Telecommuting robot gives Canadian man office presence

Telecommuting is nothing new. Nor is Web conferencing. But building a robot to come into the office while you work at home? That's both new and awesome.

By September 6, 2007


Web 2.0: A god-send to office telecommuters

More than just a buzzword, a host of products have arisen from the Web 2.0 movement that, if nothing else, are a boon for the office telecommuter.

By February 19, 2006


Telecommuting on top of offshoring?

Plans for a low-cost broadband network in India suggest offshore threat could intensify.

By January 4, 2005