- Author: Jack M. Nilles
- ISBN: 9780470351833
- Year Published: 1998
- Pages: 352
- BISAC: BUS000000, BUSINESS & ECONOMICS/General
About the Book and Topic:
An indispensable guide for selecting, training, and managing telecommuters, and for the legal and corporate culture issues surrounding a virtual workforce. * The author is an expert in the field of technology, and actually coined the phrase “telecommuting.” * Updates the original successful edition, with new chapters added on managing a virtual workforce and implementing a telework program. * Shows managers how to use telework to positively impact spending and maximize resources. * Published in cooperation with Upside Magazine.
About the Author
Jack M. Nilles is known internationally as the father of telecommuting. He has over thirty years of experience in the technology field and has acted as a consultant to President Kennedy’s and President Johnson’s Science Advisory Council, and the National Science Foundation. Mr. Nilles foumded his own company, JALA, which consults with major corporations and governments worldwide on telecommuting projects and prospects.