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Commuting from Electronic Cottage to Virtual Library
Library Administration & Management (1996)
  • Jeannette Woodward
Abstract

Although telecommuting has been found to increase productivity and morale in business environments, libraries rarely consider it. This article discusses telecommuting's potential impact on contact with users, length of employment, job descriptions, budgets, management style, communication, and workflow. This option may help libraries retain older employees and accommodate disabled ones.

Publication Date
Fall 1996
Citation Information
Jeannette Woodward. "Commuting from Electronic Cottage to Virtual Library" Library Administration & Management Vol. 10 Iss. 4 (1996)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jeannette_woodward/14/