Managing Teleworking Final Report

August 1, 1988
The basic premise of this research by Jack M. Nilles was that, although telecommuting might have a number of inherent attributes that would make it attractive to organizations, its acceptance in the near term (that is, over the next decade) would be decided largely by the attitudes and experiences of middle managers; managers of telecommuters.

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