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teleworking

(v.) telework,
(n) teleteleworker, teleworking

To use information technology (IT) and telecommunications to replace work-related travel. Teleworking allows employees work at home or at a local telework center one or more days per week using communication tools, such as such as phone, fax, modem, Internet teleconferencing, e-mail or IM, to perform work duties from a remote location. The term telework is the term favored in Europe and other countries while telecommute is used more often in the U.S and Canada.

Also known as telecommuting.
See also SOHO - Small Office / Home Office.







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