Work At Home Resources

WorldCat may be one of the most valuable and least known sites on the web. Enter a keyword, title, or author about telework, telecommuting, work from home, freelancing, or any other topic, and they’ll produce a list of the books, magazines, videos, and web resources available in libraries all over the world.

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(In the interest of full disclosure, I used to be a Senior Scientist at the Online Computer Library Center aka OCLC, the company that provides WorldCat. One of the best experiences of my life. And trust me, librarians are definitely not stodgy types with thick glasses and hair in buns. The ones I knew were more like this. . . .either actora lot of librarians are guys, in case you hate stereotypes as much as I do.)

Anyway, now that you’ve found what you want and you’re not really interested in visiting a library in Malasia to pick up that obscure video? No problem, put in your zip code and WorldCat will list the libraries with the material you’re after starting with the closest. None nearby? Your local library can probably get it for you through Interlibrary Loan (ILL) for a small fee, even from Malasia.

Here’s a waaaaay too-long list of some heavy duty academic papers, PhD theses, popular press articles, and books on telecommutingjust to give you an idea what’s out there. It’s far, far more than you’d ever want to know; but this list is the result of just a few keystrokes. Take a gander:

  • Whitwer, Glynnis. 2007. Work@home a practical guide for women who want to work from home. Birmingham, Ala: New Hope Publishers.
  • Fitzpatrick, Diana, and Stephen Fishman. 2008. Work from home handbook. Berkeley, CA: Nolo.
  • Bellido, Alexis. 2006. How to make money and get your life back by working online : a practical guide. [S.l.]: Ventanazul LLC.
  • Darcanchy, Mara Vidigal. 2006. Teletrabalho para pessoas portadoras de necessidades especiais. Sao Paulo, SP, Brasil: LTr Editora.
  • Koeplinger, Natalie Setzer. 2007. Telecommuting satisfaction, lifestyle choice and geography evidence from a Fortune 500 firm. Greensboro, N.C.: University of North Carolina at Greensboro. http://libres.uncg.edu/edocs/etd/1392/umi-uncg-1392.pdf.
  • Grensing-Pophal, L. 2007. “Telecommuting on the Rise: Credit unions find it beneficial for freeing up office space and retaining star performers. But some ground rules are necessary”. Credit Union Management. 30 (4): 62-66.
  • Ronek, Amy. 2006. Telecommuting and its effects on the superior/subordinate relationship and job satisfaction. Thesis (M.A.)–University of Kansas, 2006.
  • Nelson, Peter, Elena Safirova, and Margaret Walls. 2007. “Telecommuting and environmental policy: Lessons from the ecommute program”. Transportation Research. Part D, Transport and Environment. 12 (3): 195.
  • Carr, Mardene Rosalee. 2006. “Telecommuting: alternative strategies for the Jamaican libraries”. The Electronic Library. 24 (3): 380-388.
  • United States. 2007. Telecommuting a 21st century solution to traffic jams and terrorism : hearing before the Subcommittee on the Federal Workforce and Agency Organization of the Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Ninth Congress, second session, July 18, 2006. Washington: U.S. G.P.O.
  • Eldib, Osman E., and Daniel Minoli. 1995. Telecommuting. Artech House telecommunications library. Boston: Artech House.
  • Butler, E Sonny, Cheryl Aasheim, and Susan Williams. 2007. “Technical Opinion – Does Telecommuting Improve Productivity?” Communications of the ACM. 50 (4): 101.
  • McCune, Jenny. 2007. “Tales Of Telecommuting – More administrative professionals than ever before are working from home. Could this be a good option for you? Learn everything you want to know about working remotely”. OfficePro. 67 (6): 12.
  • Graaff, Thomas de, and Piet Rietveld. 2007. “Substitution between working at home and out-of-home the role of ICT and commuting costs”. Transportation Research. Part A, Policy and Practice. 41A (2): 142-160.
  • Ory, David T, and Patricia L Mokhtarian. 2006. “SPECIAL ISSUE ARTICLES – Which Came First, the Telecommuting or the Residential Relocation? An Empirical Analysis of Causality”. Urban Geography. 27 (7): 590.
  • Clark, Leigh Anne. 2007. Relationships between the Big Five personality dimensions and attitudes toward telecommuting. Thesis (Ph.D.)–Southern Illinois University Carbondale, 2007.
  • Abdul Azeez Kadar Hamsa. 2006. Perceptions of potential employees on teleworking in private firms in Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: International Islamic University Malaysia.
  • “OutFront – DOWNSHIFTED TELECOMMUTING – HP pulls back on its work-at-home options for some employees”. 2006. Workforce. 4.
  • Gomolski, Barbara. 2006. “OPINIONS – Barbara Gomolski draws on more than a decade of telecommuting experience to offer suggestions for those who would run a virtual office”. Computerworld. 40 (9): 46.
  • Scott, Charlie. 1999. NT & virtual private networks seminar participant’s guide. Phoenix, AZ: ComputerPREP.
  • Thatcher, Sherry M B, and Xiumei Zhu. 2006. “NOTES – Changing Identities in a Changing Workplace: Identification, Identity Enactment, Self-Verification, and Telecommuting”. The Academy of Management Review. 31 (4): 1076.
  • Collins, M. 2006. “The (not so simple) case for teleworking: A study at Lloyd’s of London”. Human Resources Abstracts. 41 (2).
  • “NEWS BRIEFS – CIOs Project Hiring Increase in Third Quarter – Plus Telecommuting Becoming More Commonplace, Contest to Reward Best Battery Pack for Troops, and more”. 2007. IT Professional. 9 (5): 4.
  • “NEWS – Flu pandemic plans that depend on telecommuting may fall apart as millions of people choke the Internet in search of news”. 2007. Computerworld. 41 (8): 6.
  • Nunes, F. 2006. “Most relevant enablers and constraints influencing the spread of telework in Portugal”. Human Resources Abstracts. 41 (2).
  • United States. 2006. Mitigating the impact of high gas prices on the American workforce hearing before the Subcommittee on the Federal Workforce and Agency Organization of the Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Ninth Congress, first session, November 16, 2005. Washington: U.S. G.P.O.
  • “MANAGEMENT – Career Watch – Answers to readers’ questions on careers; opportunities for those over 50; and the scoop on telecommuting: Who wants it, and who gets it?” 2006. Computerworld. 40 (32): 39.
  • Viehland, Dennis W. 2006. IT for business processes mobile business and working from home. Wellington, N.Z.: New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants.
  • Pomfret, Mark D. 2007. Issues and problems with alternative work arrangements seminar. Boston, MA: MCLE.
  • Pomfret, Mark D. 2007. Issues and problems with alternative work arrangements. Boston, MA: MCLE.
  • Tietz, S., Gill Musson, and T. Scurry. 2006. Invisible aspects of homeworking practices and managing the worklife balance an empirical investigation in two case organisations. Bradford: Bradford University, School of Management.
  • Tumusiime, James. 2006. Investigating a rural community’s use of communication technology a study of Nakaseke Community Multi-media centre in Uganda. Thesis (M.A. (Journalism)) – Rhodes University, 2007.
  • Rainer, R. Kelly, Efraim Turban, and Richard E. Potter. 2007. Introduction to information systems supporting and transforming business. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
  • Panayides, A., and C. Kern. 2006. “Information technology and the future of cities: An alternative analysis”. SAGE Urban Studies Abstracts. 34 (1).
  • Fay, Martha Jane. 2006. Informal communication practices between peers in the remote work context. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State University.
  • Langford, Sara J. 2007. The impact of telework on relationships with coworkers. Thesis (M.S.)–Central Michigan University, 2007.
  • Downey, Heather J. 2006. Impact of personality traits on telework satisfaction, affective commitment, and turnover intention among teleworkers. Thesis (M.S.)–Old Dominion University, 2006.
  • Apa, John. 2006. Human resource management applied research reports Class 201, 2006. Beaver Falls, Pa: Geneva College].
  • Steinhardt, Bernice. 2007. Human capital greater focus on results in telework programs needed : testimony before the Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management, the Federal Workforce, and the District of Columbia, Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, U.S. Senate. Testimony, GAO-07-1002 T. [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Govt. Accountability Office. http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS84171.
  • Delfino, JoAnne Theresa. 2006. How lingering gendered structures hinder the family friendly workplace. Thesis (M.A.)–San Jose State University, 2006.
  • “HOT ONLINE – Home Work – How to pick a personal firewall for your needs; analysts urge the government to improve its telecommuting policies; the United States may back down on a plan to tighten export controls on technology shipped to China”. 2007. Informationweek. (1133): 10.
  • Pierson, Kellie M. 2006. Home-based work a form of telework with advantages and disadvantages related to health outcomes. Thesis (M.A.)–Northern Kentucky University, 2006. http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=1136094821&sid=1&Fmt=2&clientId=42585&RQT=309&VName=PQD.
  • “Home Alone: The Role of Technology in Telecommuting”. 2006. Information Resources Management Journal.
  • Hyatt, Josh. 2006. “Home – Would a Home Office Pay Off? Six questions to help you decide if telecommuting is for you”. Money. 59.
  • Verbeke, Alain. 2007. Growing the virtual workplace the integrative value proposition for telework. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
  • Sen, Pritha. 2006. Friendship in the virtual workplace. Thesis (M.A. in communication)–Washington State University, May 2006.
  • Komanduri, Anurag. 2006. The feasibility of establishing a telcenter in an urban corridor a case study of the SR 836/ Dolphin Expressway corridor in Miami, Florida. [Tampa, Fla]: University of South Florida. http://purl.fcla.edu/usf/dc/et/SFE0001594.
  • Blanpain, R. 2007. European framework agreements and telework law and practice, a European and comparative study. Bulletin of comparative labour relations, 62. Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International.
  • Rothenburg, Eric. 2006. “ESSENTIALS – Taxation – State & Local Taxation – Telecommuting and Its Effect on State Income Taxes”. The CPA Journal. 76 (3): 54.
  • “End User Computing Ergonomics: Facts or Fads?” 2006. Journal of Organizational and End User Computing. 18: 66-74.
  • Rott, Matthias. 2006. Einflussfaktoren auf den Erfolg von Telearbeit eine empirische Studie. Frankfurt am Main: Lang.
  • Scotland. 2006. Efficient government fund EGF)1)2)51 Western Isles remote working. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2005/07/1293049/30508.
  • Spearman, Marisa Dawn, and Amy Mickel. 2006. The effects of telecommuting on the individual and the organization. Project (M.B.A., Business Administration (Management Computer Applications))–California State University, Sacramento, 2006.
  • “ECONOMIC TRENDS – Football betting, telecommuting collaborations, online returns”. 2000. Business Week. 12.
  • Jarema, Ann Marie. 2007. Does ROWE have an impact on internal communications at Best Buy? Final project (M.B.C.)–Graduate School of Business, Master of Business Communication Program, University of St. Thomas (Saint Paul, Minn.), 2007.
  • Daly, Colleen M. 2007. Does changing work organization through telecommuting affect individual health? a focus on stress and health behaviors. Thesis (Ph. D.)–University of Washington, 2007.
  • Vartiainen, Matti, Marko Kakonen, Satu Koivisto, Petri Mannonen, Mika P. Nieminen, Virpa Ruohomäki, and Anni Vartola. 2007. Distributed and mobile work places, people and technology. Berlin: Springer.
  • Tietze, S. 2006. “Discourse as strategic coping resource: Managing the interface between “home” and “work.”. Human Resources Abstracts. 41 (2).
  • Malecki, Edward J., and Bruno Moriset. 2008. The digital economy business organization, production processes and regional developments. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Shafizadeh, Kevan R, Debbie A Niemeier, Patricia L Mokhtarian, and Ilan Salomon. 2007. “Costs and Benefits of Home-Based Telecommuting: A Monte Carlo Simulation Model Incorporating Telecommuter, Employer, and Public Sector Perspectives”. Journal of Infrastructure Systems. 13 (1): 12.
  • Sunstein, Cass R. 2007. Cost-benefit analysis without analyzing costs or benefits reasonable accommodation, balancing and stigmatic harms. Public law and legal theory working paper, no. 149. [Chicago, Ill.]: The Law School, the University of Chicago. https://www.law.uchicago.edu/academics/publiclaw/149.pdf.
  • United States. 2006. Continuity of operations selected agencies could improve planning for use of alternate facilities and telework during disruptions : report to the Chairman, Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives. [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Government Accountability Office. http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS70672.
  • Walker, David M. 2006. Continuity of operations agencies could improve planning for telework during disruptions : testimony before the Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives. Testimony, GAO-06-740 T. [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Government Accountability Office. http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS70671.
  • Lippe, Tanja van der, and Pascale Peters. 2007. Competing claims in work and family life. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
  • Rob#xe8rt, M, and M B#xf6rjesson. 2007. “Company incentives and tools for promoting telecommuting”. Sage Urban Studies Abstracts. 35 (1): 521.
  • Rob̐ưert, Markus, and Maria B̐ưorjesson. 2006. “Company Incentives and Tools for Promoting Telecommuting”. Environment and Behavior. 38 (4): 521-549.
  • Rob̐ưert, M., and M. B̐ưorjesson. 2007. “Company incentives and tools for promoting telecommuting”. SAGE Urban Studies Abstracts. 35 (1).
  • Ametis, Matteo, and Paolo Gubitta. 2006. Collaborare per competere modelli di apprendimento in rete e forme di organizzazione del lavoro web based : il progetto Veneto net ELTW di Veneto innovazione. Milano: F. Angeli.
  • Fournies, Ferdinand F. 2007. Coaching for improved work performance. Princeton, NJ: Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic.
  • Haddon, L., and M. Brynin. 2006. “The character of telework and the characteristics of teleworkers”. Human Resources Abstracts. 41 (2).
  • Gragg, E. 2006. “Are Telecommuting and Flextime Dead?: Once common perks, telecommuting and flextime have fallen out of favor with some”. Office Solutions : the Magazine for Office Professionals. 23 (1): 28-30.
  • “ABSTRACTS – Work Life – Telecommuting”. 2006. Human Resources Abstracts. 41 (2): 269.
  • “2007 PRINTING IMPRESSIONS/RIT Printing Industry Hall of Fame – Florenza on HR – Telecommuting, or home-based employment, is transforming the American workplace. But, employers beware. What are the benefits? What are the problems?” 2007. Printing Impressions. 50 (4): 106.
  • Dinnocenzo, Debra A. 1999. 101 tips for telecommuters successfully manage your work, team, technology, and family. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler.
  • Work well from home how to run a successful home office. 2005. Steps to success activity series. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Work well from home how to run a successful home office. 2005. Steps to success. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Murray, Jill. 2005. Work, family and the law. Annandale, NSW [Australia]: Federation Press.
  • Armstrong, Mary A. 2004. “Wired to the World, Chained to the Home: Telework in Daily Life (review)”. NWSA Journal. 16 (2): 240-242.
  • Safirova, Elena, and Margaret A. Walls. 2004. What have we learned from a recent survey of teleworkers? evaluating the 2002 SCAG survey. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future. http://www.rff.org/rff/Documents/RFF-DP-04-43.pdf.
  • Byrd, Steven C. 2005. The use of telecommuting as an alternative workplace strategy for Missouri businesses. Thesis (Ph.D.)–Southern Illinois University Carbondale, 2005.
  • Crandall, William, and Longge Gao. 2005. “An Update on Telecommuting: Review and Prospects for Emerging Issues”. S.A.M. Advanced Management Journal. 70 (3): 30.
  • “U.S. Bank. Ct., Gen. Proc. Order No. 2004-2, In the Matter of Establishment of a Telecommuting Policy”. 2005. Colorado Lawyer. 34 (1): 138.
  • Gragg, E. 2004. “Trend Watch: Telecommuting Comes of Age”. Office Solutions : the Magazine for Office Professionals. 21 (4): 46-47.
  • Andrey, J., K. Burns, and S. Doherty. 2005. “Toward sustainable transportation: Exploring transportation decision making in teleworking households in a mid-sized Canadian city”. SAGE Urban Studies Abstracts. 33 (3).
  • Bailyn, Lotte. 2004. “Time in careers – careers in time”. Human Relations. 57 (12): 1507-1521.
  • Hole, Arne R. 2004. Teleworking and transport a study of the determinants of the propensity to telework and its intensity. St. Andrews: Dept. of Economics, St. Salvator’s College.
  • Harden, Patrick. 2004. Telework in the federal government developing and implementing a successful agency plan. Horsham, PA: LRP Publications.
  • Ellison, Nicole B. 2004. Telework and social change how technology is reshaping the boundaries between home and work. Westport, Conn: Praeger.
  • Robert, Frédéric. 2005. Le télétravail à domicile. Collection de droit social, 3. Bruxelles: Larcier.
  • Jardim, Carla Carrara da Silva. 2004. O teletrabalho e suas atuais modalidades. São Paulo: Editora LTr.
  • Gauthier, Gustavo. 2006. Teletrabajo introducción al estudio del régimen jurídico laboral. Montevideo, Uruguay: Facultad de Derecho, Universidad de la República.
  • Skæamedal, Jo. 2004. Telecommuting’s implications on travel and travel patterns. Linkzoping studies in science and technology, no. 869. Linkzoping: Institute of Technology.
  • “Telecommuting to a N.Y. office can be doubly taxing”. 2005. Trial. 41 (6): 81-82.
  • Hemphill B. 2004. “Telecommuting productively. If you’re so inclined, follow these 10 tips for working successfully at home”. Occupational Health & Safety (Waco, Tex.). 73 (3): 16-8.
  • “Telecommuting boosts productivity and cuts costs. But not every employee or job is suited to this arrangement”. 2004. Credit Union Magazine. 70 (9): 94-94.
  • Eichinger, Michelle S. 2005. Telecommuting as an incentive. Final project (M.A.)–College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, Minnesota, 2005.
  • Walls, Margaret A., and Peter Nelson. 2004. Telecommuting and emissions reductions evaluating results from the ecommute program. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future. http://www.rff.org/rff/Documents/RFF-DP-04-42.pdf.
  • BNA PLUS (Firm), and Bureau of National Affairs (Arlington, Va.). 2005. Telecommuting a BNA PLUS info pack. Washington, D.C.: Bureau of National Affairs.
  • Wright, Althea C. 2004. Telecommuting an alternative route to work. CPM Project. Columbia, S.C.: South Carolina Office of Human Resources, Certified Public Manager Program.
  • Parkinson, Sarah. 2005. Telecentres, access and development experience and lessons from Uganda and South Africa. Ottawa: International Development Research Centre.
  • Kaumanns, Anne. 2004. Telearbeit im internationalen Privatrecht. Schriftenreihe Studien zum internationalen Privat- und Zivilprozessrecht sowie zum UN-Kaufrecht, Bd. 2. Hamburg: Dr. Kovač.
  • Rosenberg, Richard S. 2004. The social impact of computers. Amsterdam: Elsevier Academic Press.
  • Hoonakker, Peter, Pascale Carayon, Alexandre Marian, and Jen Schoepke. 2004. Shortage of Skilled Workers and High Turnover in the Information Technology Workforce: What Are the Possibilities for Retention? Ft. Belvoir: Defense Technical Information Center. http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA437618.
  • International Energy Agency. 2005. Saving oil in a hurry. Paris, France: OECD/IEA.
  • Rōdō Seisaku Kenkyū Kenshū Kikō. 2006. Ryōritsu shien kinmu sochi no heiyō ni kansuru jirei hiaringu chōsa zaitaku kinmu to no kumiawase no shiten kara. Tōkyō: Rōdō Seisaku Kenkyū Kenshū Kikō.
  • Fields, Melanie. 2004. The role of technical communicators in international virtual offices a review of literature. Thesis (M.A.)–Bowling Green State University, 2004.
  • Morris, Debra A. 2004. The role of dispositional and situational variables in the telecommuting and work/life balance relationship. Thesis (Ph. D.)–University of Georgia, 2004.
  • Balaker, Ted. 2005. The quiet success telecommuting’s impact on transportation and beyond. Los Angeles, CA: Reason Foundation.
  • Barbanel, Laura, and Robert J. Sternberg. 2006. Psychological interventions in times of crisis. New York: Springer Pub.
  • “PROFESSIONAL HELP: What to do when you can’t be “just one of the guys.” Plus: rethinking telecommuting”. 2005. Fast Company. (100): 105-105.
  • Long, Larry E. 2004. Personal computing demystified. New York: McGraw-Hill.
  • Stratigos, Anthea C., and Brenda Watson Newmann. 2005. Offices without borders thriving tips for today’s virtual workforce. Burlingame, CA: Outsell.
  • McKean, Erin. 2005. The office professional’s guide. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Plaut, Pnina O. 2005. “Non-motorized commuting in the US”. Transportation Research. Part D, Transport and Environment. 10D (5): 347-356.
  • Plaut, Pnina O. 2004. “Non-commuters the people who walk to work or work at home”. Transportation. 31 (2).
  • “NEWS – Telecommuting is appealing because of high fuel prices, and employers say they’re ready for an increase in remote workers”. 2005. Computerworld. 39 (34): 14.
  • Great Britain. 2004. Mobile working. Achieving best practice in your business. [S.l.]: Dept. of Trade and Industry. http://www.dti.gov.uk/bestpractice/assets/mobile.pdf.
  • Andriessen, J. H. Erik, and Matti Vartiainen. 2006. Mobile virtual work a new paradigm? Berlin: Springer.
  • Mokhtarian, Patricia, Ilan Salomon, and Sangho Choo. 2005. “Measuring the Measurable: Why can’t we Agree on the Number of Telecommuters in the U.S.?” Quality and Quantity. 39 (4): 423-452.
  • Minasi, Mark. 2004. Mastering Windows XP Professional. San Francisco, Calif: SYBEX.
  • Orend, Jane. 2006. Making working from home work. Waterloo, Ont: Working Lifestyles Research and Training.
  • Cyber Security Industry Alliance. 2005. Making telework a federal priority security is not the issue. Arlington, VA: Cyber Security Industry Alliance.
  • United States. 2004. Lessons learned on the road to real property partnerships and alliances. Washington, D.C.: U.S. General Services Administration, Office of Governmentwide Policy, Evaluation and Outreach Division.
  • Shōzugawa, Yūko. 2005. Kigyō soshiki to terewāku terewāku ni kansuru teiryōteki bunseki. ESRI discussion paper series, no. 138. Tokyo: Naikakufu Keizai Shakai Sōgō Kenkyūjo.
  • “Is telecommuting an option?” 2006. Communication Briefings. 26 (1): 4.
  • Martens, M., A. Hendriks, and W. Korver. 2004. De invloed van ICT op het verplaatsingsgedrag een enquête onder veelgebruikers. Delft: TNO.
  • “INTELLIGENCE – Gas Costs & Telecommuting – Skyrocketing gas prices are forcing Americans to evaluate work commuting options”. 2005. T+D : Better Performance Through Workplace Learning. 59 (11): 10.
  • Miller, Anne. 2004. Impacts of telecommuting on organizational culture. Paper (M.P.A.)–Penn State Harrisburg.
  • Hilton, Brian N. 2004. The impact of open source software and web services on information system development an investigation of proximate commuting. Thesis (Ph. D.)–Claremont Graduate University, 2004.
  • Shankland, Amy. 2004. How to work at home with small children. Morrisville, N.C.: Lulu.com.
  • McGowan, Ron. 2004. How to find work in the 21st century contracting your way to a job or a career. Victoria, B.C.: Trafford.
  • Plumley, Sue. 2004. Home networking bible. Indianapolis, IN: Wiley Pub.
  • Gundry, Lisa. 2005. “Home as a Locus of Work and Career”. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community. 30 (1/2): 27-38.
  • Brathal, Daniel A., and Mark Langemo. 2004. High-performance facilities management a guide for total workplace design and management. Grand Forks, ND: Knight Printing.
  • Robertson, Michelle M. 2004. Health and Safety Issues of Telecommuters: A Macroergonomic Perspective. Ft. Belvoir: Defense Technical Information Center. http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA438217.
  • Alkadi, Ihssan, Ghassan Alkadi, and Zhiwei Zhu. 2004. “Growth of international franchising through E-commerce”. Human Systems Management. 23 (4): 269-273.
  • Buzzanell, Patrice M., Helen M. Sterk, and Lynn H. Turner. 2004. Gender in applied communication contexts. Thousand Oaks, Calif: Sage Publications.
  • Schramm, Jennifer. 2005. “FUTURE FOCUS – Fuel Economy – Employers may be more open to telecommuting if fuel prices continue to rise”. HRMagazine. 50 (12): 120.
  • Sanford, Jon A., Karen Milchus, Shelley Kaplan, Sally Weiss, Nathan W. Moon, and Paul Baker. 2006. “A framework for providing telecommuting as a reasonable accommodation: Some considerations on a comparative case study”. Work. 27 (4): 431-440.
  • Peper, Bram, J. van Doorne-Huiskes, and Laura den Dulk. 2005. Flexible working and organisational change the integration of work and personal life. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
  • Lewis, Suzan. 2004. The flexible and profitable workplace a guide to implementing flexible working practices in professional services. London: Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales, Centre for Business Performance.
  • Dholakia, Nikhilesh. 2004. Exploring ways of influencing transport behaviors by using telecommunications technologies. Providence, R.I.: University of Rhode Island Transportation Center.
  • Exploring telework as a business continuity strategy a guide to getting started. 2005. Scottsdale, AZ: WorldatWork.
  • Dwyer, Patricia. 2004. An evaluation of remote communities services telecentres in five rural Newfoundland communities. Thesis (M.Sc.)–Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2004.
  • Sharit J, SJ Czaja, M Hernandez, Y Yang, D Perdomo, JE Lewis, CC Lee, and S Nair. 2004. “An evaluation of performance by older persons on a simulated telecommuting task”. The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. 59 (6): 305-16.
  • Bureau of National Affairs (Arlington, Va.). 2004. Evaluating telework policy, infrastructure, and training considerations. Workforce strategies, v. 22, no. 6. Washington, D.C.: Bureau of National Affairs.
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research. 2005. Eurobarometer 62.1 The Constitutional Treaty, Economic Challenges, Vocational Training, Information Technology at Work, Environmental Issues…Oct.-Nov. 2004. Ann Arbor, Mich: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]. http://webapp.icpsr.umich.edu/cocoon/ICPSR-STUDY/04341.xml.
  • Energy, emissions, and social consequences of telecommuting. Technical Report One. 2005. http://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/10157871-UOjFxa/native/.
  • Energy, emissions, and social consequences of telecommuting. Energy efficiency in the US economy: Technical report one. 2005. http://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/10161667-m1DZWX/native/.
  • Stahl, Michael J. 2004. Encyclopedia of health care management. Thousand Oaks, Calif: Sage Publications.
  • Ice Miller (Firm). 2005. Employee benefits guide a comprehensive guide for Indiana employers. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Chamber.
  • Ory, David T. 2005. An empirical analysis of causality in the relationship between telecommuting and residential and job relocation.
  • Nelson, Peter. 2004. Emissions trading with telecommuting credits regulatory background and institutional barriers. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future. http://www.rff.org/rff/Documents/RFF-DP-04-45.pdf.
  • Alkadi, Ihssan, Ghassan Alkadi, and Mike Totaro. 2004. “Effects of information technology on the business world”. Human Resources Abstracts. 39 (1).
  • Madsen, Susan Rae, and Gary N. McLean. 2005. The effects of home-based teleworking on work and family conflict a field study submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Minnesota : in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Education. Ann Arbor, MI: Bell & Howell, UMI.
  • Harrington, Susan S., and Bonnie L. Walker. 2004. “The effects of ergonomics training on the knowledge, attitudes, and practices of teleworkers”. Journal of Safety Research. 35 (1): 13-22.
  • Westfall, Ralph D. 2004. “Does Telecommuting Really Increase Productivity?” Communications of the ACM. 47 (8): 93.
  • Laguerre, Michel S. 2005. The Digital city the American metropolis and information technology. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Nguyen, Nga T. 2004. The consequences of spatial distance and electronic communication for teleworkers a multi-level investigation. Thesis (Ph. D.)–Temple University, 2004.
  • Shamble, Iris. 2005. A Christian mother’s survival guide making a living while raising your family at home. [Fredericksburg, Va.]: I. Shamble.
  • Glogger, Andrea F., Thomas W. Zängler, and Georg Karg. 2005. “Changing travel characteristics and activity travel patterns of housholds through telecommuting”. M2am. 457-470.
  • “Can Telecommuting Drive Down Emissions?” 2005. Resources. (158): 10-11.
  • Glass, J. 2005. “Blessing or curse? Work-family policies and mother’s wage growth over time”. Human Resources Abstracts. 40 (2).
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