Washington D.C. Users Escape Industry-Leading Commute TimesWASHINGTON, D.C.--It’s official. According to a study by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, Washington, D.C. has the worst commute time in the nation. Specifically, auto commuters were delayed 67 hours on the road in 2011. Yes, 67 hours.
Indeed, if there any question in your mind about how your commute time in Washington, D.C. impacts your productivity this study answers them beyond the shadow of any doubt. You ... Read more
Telework Week Drives Workers to Virtual Office SpaceWASHINGTON, D.C.-Teleworking is like that big snowball rolling down the hill. It’s gaining major momentum—and it’s leading people straight to virtual offices.
Telework Week launches on Monday. The event is organized by the Telework Exchange and this is the second year that workers will give up driving to work in order to demonstrate the measurable value of telew... Read more
Virtual Office Users Take Back Time and Money During Telework Week
WASHINGTON, DC—If you believe time is money, you are going to love the Telework Exchange. The public-private partnership focused on demonstrating the tangible value of telework just announced that Telework Week 2012 is scheduled for March 5-9, 2012.
"Telework Week 2012 is an opportunity to highlight the many benefits of telework—enabling us to enhance workplace efficiency, improve the environment, ensure our safety, and ...
What Can Virtual Office Users Learn From Obama Administration?
WASHINGTON, D.C.-When the government starts embracing workplace trends, it's time to take notice. And that's what the U.S. government did last year in passing the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010. Now, a new report from FedScoop is revealing the progress and limitations federal managers have experienced while implementating telework.
FedScoop surveyed more than 300 IT executives from the federal government and priva... Read more
Federal Employees Love Virtual Office Space
Federal employees are chomping at the bit to work from home. A whopping 93 percent of federal employees believe telecommuting would making working for the government more desirable. So says a recent study from FedScoop.
What’s more, the survey reveals that federal employees believe telecommuting would save them time and money. Specifically, 69 percent said telecommuting would boost productivity while 76 percent said it would improve thei...