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Yousef M. Aqel (
Faculty of Business, Coventry
October, 2006


Teleworking / telecommuting has become an important issue for transport ministers, city planners, human resource managers (HRM), flexible workers (i.e. employees) and organisations such as telecommunications companies among others, since the early seventies. Every one of them was planning and hoping that it would achieve numerous results. Although it is progressing, it is not doing so as rapidly as was forecasted, due to the absence of a clear-cut definition of telework and to negative managerial attitude (Christensen 1992). In any case, telework is a fact, and it is a way of life in many parts of Europe, the U.S.A. and the rest of the world.

ISSN: 2078-1865 (print) | ISSN: 1560-683X (online)

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