The Telework Manifesto

I have been working from home for over a month now. So this report this morning was of interest: In the hectic San Francisco Bay Area, it's impossible to drive on the major freeways, especially in the Silicon Valley corridors, between 8 and 11 a.m. and 2 and 7 p.m., because they are all clogged with commuters going to and from work. The Los Angeles basin has the same hours of congestion, with traffic moving even slower, if not outright stopped. This problem is creeping into most metropolitan areas; I have experienced these messes in Seattle, Portland, Oregon, Atlanta, and elsewhere. Though there may be no way to eliminate the problem, it can be reduced a lot by telecommuting, or what is now generally termed telework. But despite high-speed data communications and computers everywhere, society seems hell-bent on avoiding it. The Telework Manifesto Companies rebelling against teleworking Teleworking is good for your health Belgian teleworking assoc - teleworking in Europe