The Missing Piece In Getting People To Telecommute? Gas Prices

from the and-so-it-goes dept

There have been plenty of stories about how telecommuting has become more popular in the last few years as the technology has reached a level where it really is possible to work at home almost as if you were at work. Still, there have been cultural issues to deal with -- especially the view that telecommuters were slacking off at home. However, it looks like the continually rising gas prices are making telecommuting appear to be much more appealing to many workers -- and some are wondering if it's one of the missing elements in creating a new wave of telecommuting employees.
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    malhombre, 20 Aug 2005 @ 6:14am

    Re: Some examples PRO telecommuting

    Sorry, symbol crash: that's supposed to be "Demand LESS THAN Supply" in the 2nd par.

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