“Another word for telecommute.” (Kossek, 2003).
“Work, esp. at home, communicating electronically with one’s employer, etc., by computer, fax, and telephone.” (Pearsall, 2003).
Working outside of the conventional workplace and communicating by means of communications or computer based technology. (Bailey & Kurland, 2002).
“ANY form of substitution of information technologies (such as telecommunications and computers) for work-related travel; moving the work to the workers instead of moving the workers to work” (p. 1).

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