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Tax Cuts Don’t Create Jobs
in Economy, Finance, Home Based Business, Work At Home

Tax Cuts Don’t Create Jobs

If you run a home-based business we’d like to know if the following rings true: “The jobs numbers were lousy (as we predicted).  The Administration’s solution is small business tax cuts.  While this is a good idea in the long haul, it is not a solution to the short term problem.  Simple logic says you don’t hire a worker or invest in a piece of...

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05 Jun 2010
Senate Telwork Bill Passes
in Economy, Telecommuting Stats, Telecommuting Topics, Telework Employers, Telework Legislation

Senate Telwork Bill Passes

Since the year 2000 federal agencies have been required by law to telecommute to the maximum extent possible – a requirement that’s largely ignored, only about 5% of federal employees telecommute. Last night the Senate passed a bill that will require federal agencies to get busy and incorporate telework into their continuity of operations plans. GAO estimates that Washington snow days cost the government $71 million...

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25 May 2010
in Corporate Telecommuting, Economy, Review, Technology, Telecommuting Research, Telecommuting Stats, Telecommuting Topics, Telework Pros and Cons

Are Telecommuting Stats Too Good to Be True?

Fredric Paul, in a post over at Enterprise Efficiency, suggested our research is biased. Says it’s all too good to be true. He didn’t bother to contact us before he wrote, so we left a comment there with some initial thoughts and referred readers here for the rest of the story. In his post he writes: Citrix Online, which makes remote access products, natch, has...

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20 May 2010
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