US agencies hesitant about work from home - survey


By Ellen Wulfhorst NEW YORK, Jan 23 (Reuters) - The idea of employees working from home or on the road has been slow to win support at U.S. federal agencies, which by law must offer the option to eligible workers, according to a new study. Nearly half of federal managers, or 47 percent, believe their agencies do not support telecommuting, despite the law having been in place since 2000, the survey by the Federal Managers Association and Telework Exchange showed. Teleworking or ...

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