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Subject:Re: Telecommuting From:Jane_Torpie_at_III-HQ -at- PROTEON -dot- COM Date:Mon, 31 Jan 1994 18:37:00 EST
J. Leer writes:
I have found very few companies willing to permit telecommuting
(or off-site contracting in my case).
Yes, I've found that is sometimes the case. I've also found situations in which
I would have been paid more as a contractor if I had my own machine so I could
work off-site. I guess it depends on the situation.
Principal Technical Writer