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employment at home while communicating with the workplace by phone or fax or modem

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We have asked members of Coventry University to give a short talk on e-working and improving work-life balance as this is an issue we are all having to address.
However, from an employer's perspective, there are also disadvantages to e-working.
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It outlines a range of flexible working arrangements including job-sharing, flexi-time, career breaks, e-working and employee assistance programmes.
This has prompted the RAC Foundation and the Telework Association to call for more encouragement to be given to teleworking or e-working in order to cut traffic congestion.
Where the strain of mobile working and mobile internet usage will become apparent is when the technology that supports e-working dries up.
Also, there are options like tele-working and e-working which can relieve the stresses and strains of working in traffic.
eWork is a unique market-based exchange where project managers and e-working professionals can connect, engage and work together to complete projects online.
Action is needed over a range of critical issues, including costs, human resources, infrastructure deficits, e-commerce usage and research and development and the promotion of e-working to enhance business competitiveness.
Many of them could quite easily be deployed in e-working from home, using computer links to their department's central offices," he suggested yesterday.
Founded in April 1999, eWork is the Web's unique market-based exchange where project managers and e-working professionals connect, engage and work together to complete projects online.
He conceded, though: "While significant progress has been made towards all the recommendations, I know that more still needs to be done to ensure that the full benefits of e-working are harnessed - thereby giving the Irish economy as a whole the edge.
He said: "The reason people have not been realising the true potential of E-working to date is that firms and employees have been unsure and apprehensive.