Last edited by Mooguzragore
Wednesday, May 13, 2020 | History

1 edition of Telecommuting in the Federal Workforce found in the catalog.

Telecommuting in the Federal Workforce

Telecommuting in the Federal Workforce

  • 136 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Storming Media .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • BUS030000

  • The Physical Object
    FormatSpiral-bound
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11846812M
    ISBN 101423523792
    ISBN 109781423523796

    Witnesses testified about the progress of federal efforts to promote telecommuting initiatives that allow employees the flexibility to work outside the tradition workplace, generally at home or in. Telecommuting, also called telework, teleworking, working from home (WFH - the most common term in the UK), mobile work, remote work, and flexible workplace, is a work arrangement in which employees do not commute or travel (e.g. by bus, bicycle or car, etc.) to a central place of work, such as an office building, warehouse, or mmuting came into prominence in the s to describe.

      Close to half the federal workforce was eligible to telework when President Trump took office, on average one or two days a week, for snow days or sporadically. But few did it full time. USCIS threatens furloughs, TSA to offer more early retirements. Workforce changes may be coming soon to two subcomponents at the Department of Homeland Security, including U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, where more than half of its employees could face furloughs without emergency supplemental funding from Congress.

    Offering telecommuting options, at least on an as-needed basis, makes achieving that work-life balance a lot easier. And happier employees are more productive employees, so you win too. The Potential Pitfalls of Allowing Telecommuting. These are just some of the benefits you could find by allowing telecommuting in your office. There’s been a lot of discussion in the news lately about telecommuting. Often, these conversations focus on issues of productivity and management — the benefits and cost-savings of telecommuting, and the challenges of guiding the workflow of remote employees. However, Continued.


Share this book
You might also like
Mikio Sato, A Great Japanese Mathematician of the Twentieth Century

Mikio Sato, A Great Japanese Mathematician of the Twentieth Century

other economy and the urban housing problem

other economy and the urban housing problem

Fortune of Fear (Mission Earth Series)

Fortune of Fear (Mission Earth Series)

Five pedigrees

Five pedigrees

NORTHWEST NATURAL GAS COMPANY

NORTHWEST NATURAL GAS COMPANY

Simple methods for aquaculture

Simple methods for aquaculture

Packing and Outfitting Field Manual

Packing and Outfitting Field Manual

Assessment practices survey

Assessment practices survey

Clerical Occupations.

Clerical Occupations.

handbook of industrial toxicology

handbook of industrial toxicology

The international financial architecture and free trade agreements

The international financial architecture and free trade agreements

The Whitsun weddings

The Whitsun weddings

Word magic.

Word magic.

Truth.

Truth.

Montreal & Boston Air Line and Passumpsic R.R.

Montreal & Boston Air Line and Passumpsic R.R.

National industries and the federal government.

National industries and the federal government.

Opportunity-based crime rates

Opportunity-based crime rates

Experimental telepathy

Experimental telepathy

Telecommuting in the Federal Workforce Download PDF EPUB FB2

Telecommuting in the Federal Workforce Spiral-bound – January 1, by Lora E. Morrow (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback $ Author: Lora E.

Morrow. Telecommuting goals include the ability to attract and retain the highest caliber employees, increase employee morale, and enable employees to obtain a better balance between work and family.

This research determines if the successes realized and lessons learned in other organizations (GSA, DCAA, and AT&T) can be applied to Southwest Division Author: Lora E. Morrow. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

National Emergency Library. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Telework, or telecommuting, a term coined originally by Nilles, means basically moving the work to the worker instead of the other way around.

Although there are both risks and opportunities involved in managing a virtual workforce, the opportunities usually far outweigh the by: Telecommuting is least prevalent in Corpus Christi, TX (%), Bloomington, IN (%), and Lafayette, LA (%). Telecommuting Geography Key Findings 2 Regular telecommuting grew % in the past decade, nearly 10 times faster than the rest of the workforce.

The average annual income for most telecommuters is $4, higher than that of Size: 1MB. According to the census data, aboutfull-time employees primarily worked from home inaccounting for % of the workforce. Bythis number had increased to million employees, or 3% of the workforce.

The growth in telecommuting, however, is not linear. Implementing Telework: Lessons Learned from Four Federal Agencies Scott P. Overmyer Professor and Director of the MSIS Program Center for Graduate Studies Transforming the Workforce Series Baker College.

TRANSFORMING THE WORKFORCE SERIES Scott P. Overmyer Professor and Director of the MSIS ProgramFile Size: 1MB. Resources for Managing Teleworkers.

Guidance Documents. Both the public and private sector workforces are on the brink of a powerful shift towards advanced and highly efficient mobile working. It is becoming common practice for group projects to involve staff members working in disparate locations. OPM maintains the website to provide easy access to information about telework in the Federal Government.

For resources and information related to telework explore the site using the navigations above. Click here for guidance on HR flexibilities and authorities related to Coronavirus Disease (COVID). Benefits of Telecommuting. There are many benefits to telecommuting. Telecommuting gives workers greater freedom over their work hours and work location.

It gives the employee more flexibility to balance work and personal obligations, such as school pick-up or caring for an ill family member. The State of Telework in the U.S. How Individuals, Business, and Government Benefit ‣ Regular telecommuting grew by 61% between and tracks telework practices in the federal workforce.

• New England and Mid-Atlantic region employers are the most likely to offer telecommuting options. [Global Workplace Analytics’ analysis of ACS data] • Full-time employees are four times more likely to have work-at-home options than part-time workers. [Global Workplace Analytics’ analysis of.

The Federal Government may provide you reasonable accommodation in appropriate cases. Requests are considered on a case-by-case basis. Federal Agencies. As the Nation's largest employer, the Federal Government has a special responsibility to lead by example in including people with disabilities in the workforce.

The Federal government is the last bastion of employers who just do not get that allowing their workers to telecommute is a work life balance and a true diversity initiative.

Although they do have flex time whereby employees can work 4 10 hour days and have a day off ever other week, that just does not replace the invaluable flexible scheduling that telecommuting allows. With gas prices. Telecommuting is an important component to business success and survival.

More than one-third of Americans would prefer the opportunity to do it over a pay raise. It is so important that President Obama signed the Telework Enhancement Act, which requires agencies to create a teleworking strategy.

However, despite the realized importance and value of teleworking, only percent of the. In one report (GAO), the GAO found that the flexibilities that are most effective in managing the federal workforce are those such as time off awards and flexible work schedules. In other words, flexibilities that allow employees to take time off from work – when it is most convenient for both the agency and the employee – that better balance work life and family responsibilities.

National Homeworkers/ Telecommuting HR - State-Specific Employment Law Resources for Human Resource Managers. Telecommuting on a regular basis has grown percent in the past decade, a new report on telecommuting reveals—nearly 10 times faster than the workforce itself has grown.

Find great work-from-home tips and career advice at the following telecommuting resources: FlexJobs Blog The FlexJobs blog has innumerable articles on how to land remote work, prepare resumes and cover letters, and ace an interview, along with lists of open remote positions and companies that are actively hiring.

Enter a keyword or location — when you start typing, we'll offer suggestions to help narrow your search. If you search by a city, we'll include jobs within a 25 mile radius. FILTERS Use one or more filters to search for jobs by hiring path, pay, departments, job series and more options under More Filters.

The number after each filter type. Get this from a library! Telecommuting: a 21st century solution to traffic jams and terrorism: hearing before the Subcommittee on the Federal Workforce and Agency Organization of the Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Ninth Congress, second session, J [United States.

Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Evidence of a decline in working remotely may come as a surprise, especially if you consider reports that contradict this finding, like Gallup’s recent “State of the American Workplace.

Trump Administration Encourages Federal Teleworking After Cutting It Back The coronavirus has led many employers to tell their workers to telework. But the federal government has sent mixed messages.