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<Telecommuting should always be a perk for people who have repeatedly and
consistently proven themselves capable of delivering top quality work.>
I really, really hope this attitude changes and very quickly too.
More and more people especially in this profession are going to be working
from home, or in fact wherever they can use the communication device they
are issued by the company. (Hey it may have been sci-fi just a few years
ago, but it is coming very, very fast!)
It is not now to be considered a perk (never should have been. It will soon
be a necessity as companies look for other ways to save money. We need to
re-educate the entire workforce towards this type of work environment, and
this re-education begins with folks in a position of influence, i.e. the
revered writers who contribute to this list for example.
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