Fuel prices have U.S. workers eyeing telecommuting


By Ellen Wulfhorst NEW YORK, April 26 (Reuters) - With gas prices near all-time highs, telecommuting is becoming a win-win for companies and their staff -- leaving workers paying less for gas and offering hidden benefits for employers. Telecommuting has moved beyond a scheme to ease the struggles of stressed-out workers to a system that saves money for company and employee alike, companies and experts say. Companies can keep workers they might otherwise lose, while workers can count the ...

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