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Many Australians fear they might miss out on promotion at work by taking up the opportunities for teleworking from home or in a location other than their office, according to new research from Telstra.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Thursday, 03 September 2015 10:57

NBN will boost GDP by 1.8%: new study

The National Broadband Network (NBN) will likely deliver a substantial benefit to Australia’s economy, according to a newly released study which also found that the greatest economic benefits will be derived from telehealth and teleworking.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Teleworking, the established approach to flexible working where employers provide their staff the option to work routinely away from the office, including from home, remains ineffectively used by most companies in Australia, according to a member of he government-established National Telework Advisory Panel.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 19 November 2013 00:50

Teleworking increases in popularity with SMEs

Two in three Australian SMEs are now embracing teleworking, according to new research just released which also shows that businesses with teleworkers also felt less pressure from common SME ‘pain points’ and had a greater chance of more sales/work than usual in their short-term pipeline.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 30 October 2013 15:06

Teleworking works: study

A major study has found employees who telework on one to three days per week are the most productive.

Thursday, 04 April 2013 14:38

Teleworking benefits SMEs: survey

More than half of Australia's SMEs employ one or more people who work remotely, and those that do are more likely to have seen their revenue rise.

Monday, 25 February 2013 22:16

Marvellous Marissa Mayer may make Yahoo! money

While everybody is busy throwing up their hands in shock and horror over the seemingly draconian 20th century work from the office policy suddenly imposed on the Yahoo! corporation by chief executive Marissa Mayer, some may consider asking the question of whether perhaps she's spot on the money.

Published in Beerfiles

The news that Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer has initiated a no teleworking policy at the legendary dot com company has done more than just ruffle a few feathers among working mothers. It has also sent ripples of alarm through the corporate big end of town among the telecommunications community.

Published in Networking

The sad story of the once great Internet company Yahoo! just got sadder for some after a leaked internal memo revealed that current CEO Marissa Mayer has ordered all teleworkers back to the office. Ms Mayer,  a former Google executive who took over as Yahoo! CEO in July 2012, took just two weeks off when she had a baby in October.

Published in Enterprise Staff
Wednesday, 24 October 2012 06:17

Two weeks in the car to get to work

National Telework Week is urging Australian businesses to consider adopting more flexible working arrangements, with a new survey showing workers in major cities are losing up to 12.5 days annually travelling to and from work.

Published in Mobility
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Tuesday, 16 October 2012 12:41

National Telework Week looms

Expect to hear more about teleworking over the next month or so - November 12-16 is National Telework Week.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Wednesday, 31 August 2011 20:58

Teleworking is a risky business

A recent survey of teleworkers in the US found over two thirds received no security training from their IT team and a third never backed up their data.  One of the stated aims of the NBN is to increase teleworking.  We see a problem here.

Published in Security

The Department of Broadband Communications and the Digital Economy in conjunction with the AIIA is to host a telework forum to help identify how Australian businesses and government agencies can use the catalyst of the NBN to boost the teleworking rate.

Published in Government Tech Policy




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