6 edition of The law of telecommuting found in the catalog.
by American Law Institute-American Bar Association Committee on Continuing Professional Education in Philadelphia, PA
Written in English
|Statement||Nicole Belson Goluboff.|
|Contributions||American Law Institute-American Bar Association Committee on Continuing Professional Education.|
|LC Classifications||KF3557 .G65 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 243 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||243|
|LC Control Number||2001095508|
Telecommuting Law: Your Top 9 Questions Answered Learn How to Avoid and Handle the Top Legal Challenges of Telecommuting Law. telecommuting or teleworking. If it is determined the employee is not considered “suitable” for telecommuting or teleworking the supervisor may consider employee development opportunities. Other Success Factors: Supervisory Traits Engaging in a telecommute or telework agreement, whether as a supervisor or employee.
the telecommuting arrangement and therefore could have a differ-ential impact on the consequences of telecommuting, an idea we expand on in a later section. Conceptual Themes in the Telecommuting Literature Despite a growing consensus on the structural features and importance of telecommuting as an alternative work arrangement. Understanding the Legal Risks of Telecommuting provides feedback from some of the leading legal minds on identifying and avoiding the potential problems associated with telecommuting. These experts discuss how attorneys can work with their clients to set parameters when establishing telecommuting policies, analyze how employee handbooks and telecommuting agreements are evolving, and .
Get this from a library! Telecommuting for lawyers. [Nicole Belson Goluboff; American Bar Association. Section of Law Practice Management.] -- With today's advanced software, email, laptop computers, and cellular phones, telecommuting is a viable work solution for legal professionals. This book covers all the issues involved with. Telecommuting is defined as working from outside the University by use of an electronic connection with the main office Types of Telecommuting. One type of telecommuting is recurring formal arrangement of one or more days of telecommuting where .
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Subjects: Telecommuting -- Law and legislation -- United States. Telecommuting -- Law and. This book covers all the issues involved with telecommuting helping both the law firm and employee plan and monitor a successful telecommuter program. Author Nicole Belson Goluboff shares how you can turn telecommuting into a profitable solution, offering valuable advice, worksheets, and 'fill-in-the-blank' forms throughout.5/5(1).
THE LAW OF TELECOMMUTING by Nicole Belson Goluboff (published inwith a supplement) is available from the American Law Institute - American Bar Association.
"Making Telework a Reality: A method for introducing a new way of working into an organisation" by Diana Limburg is available from the publisher. 1. Telework employees are less productive.
This is the belief that prompted various agencies within the federal government to cut back on workers’ ability to : Naomi Cahn. An interview with the The law of telecommuting book of a law firm founded with the idea of offering clients and lawyers an alternative to Biglaw structure and rates.
Share / Jul 5, at AM. telecommuting by aligned and/or overtime eligible employees may be impacted by the provisions of law and applicable collective bargaining agreements, a department that is considering emergency telecommuting for an aligned and/or nonexempt employee should first consult with the Office of.
The Telecommuting Employee shall also make himself available for the planned meetings and company events. Acquire Mastery of HR/Labor Rules, Doctrines, and Principles through HR Bundle Books by Atty.
Villanueva. The Telecommuting Employee shall enjoy a designated rest day following the six-day work week of eight (8) hours of work per day.
A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication Data Teleworking: international perspectives: from telecommuting to the virtual organisation/edited by Paul J.
Jackson & Jos M. van der Wielen. Includes bibliographical reference and index. Telecommuting. The case proceeded to trial and, after MLGW filed a motion for judgment as a matter of law, the jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff under the ADA, awarding her $92, in compensatory damages.
The Law of Telecommuting What Employers Must Know to Make it Work Scott P. Horton. Horton Law PLLC. What is Telecommuting. Legal Concerns. Telecommuting Policies and Agreements. Overview. 3 the substitution of technology for commuter travel Telecommuting: 4 Rather than commuting, employees use.
The founding document of telecommuting was a book called The Telecommunications-Transportation Tradeoff. Lead author Jack Nilles, a former NASA engineer, proposed telecommuting as an. Sample Telecommuting Policy: Text Version | PDF Version Purpose The purpose of this policy is to establish a telecommuting program for the U.S.
House of Representatives and to set forth the guidelines and rules for employing offices that choose to establish their own telecommuting program.
Telecommuting is entirely at the discretion of the employing office. Technologies that facilitate cross-border telecommuting are powerful tools for retaining talented employees who, for whatever reason—business or personal—need to work from.
"TELECOMMUTING ACT" Pursuant to Section 9 of Republic Act No. or the "Telecommuting Act", the following implementing rules and regulations are hereby issued: Section 1. Declaration of Policy. — It is hereby declared the policy of the State to affirm labor as a primary social economic force. Two area cities have been recognized for promoting the availability of telecommuting options.
Lake Crystal and Madelia are among the first group of. Telecommuting is becoming more common all the time, probably because improvements in technology have made telecommuting a more realistic option for businesses in a variety of a management standpoint, the decision to allow workers to telecommute can be difficult.
Knowing the advantages and disadvantages of telecommuting can help you decide if this type of work is right for.
Case Study: Telecommuting Definition and Context We define telecommuting as the use of collaborative technologies to reduce or entirely replace traditional commuting to the workplace.
Telecommuting is a natural application for the numerous collaborative technologies we have explored in. There are over 4 million Americans working full-time from their homes, and that number is only increasing. In the past decade, the number of people working from home, aka telecommuters, has jumped %.
The rise of ‘Telecommuting’ has been well documented and debated, but study after study continue to conclude that the trend is better for the government, companies, the environment.
A recent study by Yale sociologists found that telecommuting habits follow longtime gender inequities around chores and kids, and that working from home is.
More than half—57%—of law firms offered telecommuting options for their attorneys inup nearly 4% from the previous year, according to results of a survey of firms that represented more t lawyers. This growing trend is perhaps not surprising considering that lawyers can now be more productive than ever before while working from home or another location.
You’ll need to manage three kinds of telecommuting risks: workplace safety, time tracking and compliance with local laws.
Safety: Employers are responsible for ensuring that telecommuters have. According to the State of Telecommuting study by FlexJobs and Global Workforce Analytics, employees who are 65 or older are times more likely to telecommute. It also states that telecommuters earn more than in-office employees by about $4, a year.