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The Bottom Line on Telework for the Thurston Region State and Local Governments (redacted)

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The Bottom Line on Telework-California Government Workforce

State and local government employees are bummed out, burned out, and stressed out from the endless struggle of trying to do more with less. To make matters worse, more than half the state’s most experienced people are moving toward the door to retirement. If California expects to attract a new generation of talented government leaders and staff workers it needs to find a new way of working, both figuratively and literally. This report…

The Bottom Line on Telework–California Government Workforce (redacted)

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The ROI of Well-Being for Employers

Employees are every organization’s most expensive and most valuable asset, yet we continually make thoughtless decisions (e.g., real estate, furnishings, etc.) that cripple their productivity and ignore the less visible but more impactful options. Employees are so valuable that an increase in productivity of just eight minutes a day, for a year, would entirely offset their annual occupancy costs.  However, people cannot be engaged or…

The Shifting nature of Work in the UK – Bottom Line Benefits of Telework

Thanks to advances in technology, work no longer needs to be tethered by time or place. Citrix calls this shift from work as a noun to work as a verb,  ‘work shifting’. The purpose of this paper is to quantify the financial and environmental benefits of the growing trend. It will show how twice weekly home working, by those with compatible jobs and a desire to do so, could save UK companies,…

The Shifting nature of Work in the UK – Bottom Line Benefits of Telework (redacted)

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The State of Telework in the U.S. 2011 – How Individuals, Business, and Government Benefit

No one would disagree that the U.S. workforce is increasingly mobile. But, beyond that broad statement, we know little about the rate of increase in mobility—how often people are out of the office, where they are, and what they’re doing. For that matter, there’s no agreed-upon method of defining who they are. Using public and private sector sources, the purpose of this paper is to…

The State of Telework in the U.S. 2011 – How Individuals, Business, and Government Benefit (redacted)

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WORKshift Canada: The Bottom Line On Telework

This report shows how part-time telecommuting by the 4.3 million Canadians with compatible jobs and a desire to work from home could have a bottom line impact of over $53 billion per year. An employer with 250 telecommuters, for example, would save over $3 million per year

WORKshift Canada: The Bottom Line On Telework (redacted)

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