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Telecommuting: Help or Headache?

Mihaylo Management Professor Weighs In
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An estimated 4.6 percent of U.S. employees work from home, up 115 percent from 2007. With the potential to upend human resources, workplace and social relationships, transportation and even urban development patterns, will telecommuting become the new norm?

Shaun Pichler, chair and professor of management, anticipates more opportunities for flexible work arrangements, but says telecommuting might not be best for every company.

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