Telework in the News

Teleworking's Growing Popularity Boosts Home Office Appeal A dedicated home office is the preferred choice for bonus rooms. 

A Key Federal Tax Deduction for Teleworkers is Gone Teleworkers who used to be able to write off the cost of working from home could face a higher tax bill this year. 

These 3 Remote-Work Stats Make a Strong Case for Telecommuting If your company has yet to adopt flexible scheduling, here are three statistics that might change your mind.

Agencies That Cut Telework Took a Beating in Annual Employee Survey Two federal departments that controversially made unilateral cuts to their telework programs were among the worst performers in this year's survey of federal employees' happiness and engagement. 

More Americans Now Telecommute Than Take Public Transportation to Work Driving remains the predominant form of commuting. But for the first time, the next most common is working from home. 

Federal Agencies are Told to Help Commuting Employees Cope with Metrorail Disruption Federal agencies have been urged to allow more telework and alternative work schedules for their employees during the current work on Metrorail.

Telepresence Robots Keep Teleworkers Better Connected Telepresence robots gives remote workers a physical presence in the office and allows teleworkers to feel more in control of their experience and provide flexibility that a typical web collaborations tool might not be able to offer. 

Rep. Connolly Fears 'Broad Retreat' on Telework Following Education's Policy Reversal Connolly raised concerns that cuts to telework would hamstring the Trump administration's ability to build a 21st-century workforce as envisioned in the President's Management Agenda. 

 How Remote Work Options Could Win Over Potential Hires Potential hires may hustle to put pen to paper when offers include remote work options, and the perk could convince current employees to stick around,too, various studies have shown.

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