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The New Economy and Home/Work Boundaries: The role of telework. Malcolm Brynin, ISER, University of Essex. What is telework?. Work at home? For how much time? Using which technologies? Is it eWork or eMobility? What isn’t it?..... It is not eNdemic, or even eXtensive

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    1. The New Economy and Home/Work Boundaries: The role of telework Malcolm Brynin, ISER, University of Essex

    2. What is telework? • Work at home? • For how much time? • Using which technologies? • Is it eWork or eMobility? • What isn’t it?..... • It is not eNdemic, or even eXtensive • It is not eAsy to eValuate www.eurescom.de/e-living © e-Living Consortium, 2003

    3. Need a flexible classification to deal with flexible actuality but also differing approaches • Need to see how far forms of telework are consistent across occupations, countries, and time, to see if technology is re-ordering the way we work www.eurescom.de/e-living © e-Living Consortium, 2003

    4. Types of teleworker in eLiving • People who do any work at home and use the internet to do so (Net Homeworkers, or “Networkers”) • People who do any work at home and use a PC to do so (PC Homeworkers) • People for whom a mobile is important for work but who are not internet or PC homeworkers (Mobile Users) www.eurescom.de/e-living © e-Living Consortium, 2003

    5. Types of homeworker • People doing any work at home in normal work hours, not using a PC or the internet, and for whom the mobile is not important for work (Day Homeworkers) • As above but where undertaken in the evenings or at weekends (Overspill Workers) www.eurescom.de/e-living © e-Living Consortium, 2003

    6. People who work at one or more workplaces – excluding the home (Workplace, or “Standard” Workers) Normal Workers www.eurescom.de/e-living © e-Living Consortium, 2003

    7. The incidence of telework, homeworking, and ‘standard’ work www.eurescom.de/e-living © e-Living Consortium, 2003

    8. Daily hours telework and homework where there is some home PC activity www.eurescom.de/e-living © e-Living Consortium, 2003

    9. Daily hours telework and homework, whole sample www.eurescom.de/e-living © e-Living Consortium, 2003

    10. Percentage of teleworkers and homeworkers who are graduates www.eurescom.de/e-living © e-Living Consortium, 2003

    11. Contribution of work modes to hourly pay (euros) of net, PC and home-workers www.eurescom.de/e-living © e-Living Consortium, 2003

    12. % of sample in different categories of telework and homework in waves 1 and 2 www.eurescom.de/e-living © e-Living Consortium, 2003

    13. Change in the (simplified) classification over wave 1-2 www.eurescom.de/e-living © e-Living Consortium, 2003

    14. Odds for wave-2 telework and homework outcomes www.eurescom.de/e-living © e-Living Consortium, 2003

    15. Odds for wave-2 telework and homework outcomes (wave-1 effects) www.eurescom.de/e-living © e-Living Consortium, 2003

    16. Conclusions • No single type of teleworker • Place and technology define differences • Categories contain different types of people • Movement across categories over time but by specific types of people • Telework is more an occupational than a technology issue www.eurescom.de/e-living © e-Living Consortium, 2003