Saturday, February 18, 2006

Telecommuter Appreciation Week

ATLANTA (Feb. 17) – Teleworking has come a long way. In its "Stone Age," teleworking was reserved for those privileged and technologically savvy workers brave enough to set up their own remote access. It also helped to work for employers that weren't threatened by a distributed workforce. In 2006, teleworking (or telecommuting) has become a much more "civilized" and democratic way to work, embraced by a wide variety of professions and industries, and attracting people with a broad range of motivations for working remotely.

To celebrate Telecommuter Appreciation Week - February 27 through March 3, 2006 - The Clean Air Campaign(r) and the region's eight transportation management associations put the spotlight on a group of outstanding teleworkers who prove just how prevalent and effective this commute alternative has become.
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