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  1. Working From Home: Exploring the Options Professional Women Leaders In The Collection Industry Prepared Exclusively for Women’s Network

  2. Discussion: TelecommutingWhat are the Pro’s & Con’s for the employee and employer Prepared Exclusively for Women’s Network

  3. What are they calling it now? Virtual Employee Home office Working From Home Telecommuting Teleworker Virtual Office Prepared Exclusively for Women’s Network

  4. Running the Numbers That's up from 11% in 2004, and is set to grow to 17% by 2009. At IBM, about 42% of the company's 330,000 employees work on the road, from home, or at a client location, saving the computer company about $100 million in real estate-related expenses a year. 14% - U.S. workforce gets its job done at a home office more than two days per week. Videos, an employer of at-home customer-service reps, hangs onto 85% of its employees each year, compared with the 10% to 20% rate for traditional call centers, according to consulting firm IDC. And virtual workers are about 16% more productive than office workers, according to Grantham's research. Prepared Exclusively for Women’s Network

  5. Best types of “Virtual Jobs” Prepared Exclusively for Women’s Network

  6. What’s in it for me? Prepared Exclusively for Women’s Network

  7. Running the Numbers 25% of workers who could feasibly telecommute, less than half would do so more than 2 days p/wk. “From an organizational standpoint, its very easy to hire and fire remote employees” – this could be a grim reality for the 12 million telecommute employees. About 61% of global executives say they think telecommunters are less likely to advance in their careers, compared with employees in a traditional office setting. Videos, an employer of at-home customer-service reps, hangs onto 85% of its employees each year, compared with the 10% to 20% rate for traditional call centers, according to consulting firm IDC. And virtual workers are about 16% more productive than office workers, according to Grantham's research. Prepared Exclusively for Women’s Network

  8. What are the issues? Prepared Exclusively for Women’s Network

  9. Communication Solutions:Learn How to Best Communicate Prepared Exclusively for Women’s Network

  10. Managing Your Virtual Career: Prepared Exclusively for Women’s Network

  11. Strategies for WN Colleagues: Prepared Exclusively for Women’s Network

  12. Resources Prepared Exclusively for Women’s Network