Telecommuting

Telecommuting

Running head: TELECOMMUTING-TEAM PAPER

Telecommuting
Miviam Schiavone, Carrie Schoen, Brian F. Ryan, Eva Mae Simmons-Brinson
University Of Phoenix
COMM 215
Essentials of College Writing
SOICS27
Mr.Vincent Miskell
August 21, 2003

Workshop Five

Table of Contents

I. Abstract
II. Introduction
III. History
IV. Technology and Telecommuting
V. Advantages
VI. Personal
VII. Employer
VIII. Environment
IX. Success Stories
X. OSHA Involvement
XI. Impact on Culture
XII. Conclusion

Abstract
To date there are approximately 8-9 million telecommuters and the numbers are growing. Telecommuting has made it possible that actually work from home, an airport, or your customer?s office. This new environment fulfills the personal needs of employees by offering a flexible schedule, which allows the employee to work from anywhere. This modernized working environment can improve productivity, enhance an employee?s motivation, and contribute to the success of the company.

Telecommuting
The ever-changing workplace is developing into a sophisticated, technological environment. With the growing advances in technology, today?s workplace is becoming a competitive environment. The development of personal computers, the Internet, faxes machines, cellular phones, pagers, video conferencing, etc. has altered what we once called the office. This technological advancement has changed the terminology of workplace stress. This paper will explore how the development

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