Telework pilot program in the Public Service /: BT43-95/1992

Would you like to work from home? Can you convince your supervisor that you will be hard at it in front of your computer and not out shopping or practicing your golf swing? Still in its infancy, the concept of "telework" has yet to hit the workplace full force. But interest is growing. New technologies are making centralized workplaces unnecessary, dual career and single family households require flexible work arrangements, and there are growing concerns over traffic and energy conservation. But work-away-from-work arrangements aren't for everybody. Who are the best candidates? Which jobs are tailor-made and which ones have to stay put? "Telework Pilot Program in the Public Services" is a thorough look at all the issues surrounding telework arrangements that arise in both public and private sectors. Just as it takes two to tango, it takes two - employer and employee - to telework. Anyone contemplating such a move is well advised to consult this publication first.

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Department/Agency Treasury Board. Personnel Policy Branch.
Title Telework pilot program in the Public Service /
Publication Type Monograph
Language Bilingual-[English | French]
Format Paper
Date 1992.
Binding Softcover
Number of Pages English text, 48p. :
Dimensions 28 cm.
ISBN 0-660-57478-0
Catalogue Number
  • BT43-95/1992
Subject Terms Public service, Work organization