The analysis finds that working at home
is associated with significant wage differentials, positive overall, but negative for some industries, for both men and women.
The subject of working at home
continues to provoke immense interest in the UK and as the authors suggest, views tend to be polarised between those who see it as a liberating form of work arrangement through the use of computers, the Internet and other futuristic gadgetry, and those who condemn it as a continuance in new guises of traditional sweated work for such disadvantaged groups as women and ethnic minorities.
From the 1960s to the 1980s, working at home
during the day was still considered odd, although working there at night and on the weekend was acceptable.
Dan, by working at home
, do you mean that I should consider working at YOUR home?
3~ Many workers choose the telecommuting option because of convenience based on job tasks, rather than just because working at home
can facilitate child care.
Australian employees arent working at home
as much as they could be, according to new research released by Telstra.
In fact it was working at home
that enabled him to live in Rhayader, before that he had an office in Surrey.
These workers, who reported working at home
at least once per week, accounted for about 15 percent of total nonagricultural employment, essentially the same percentage as in May 2001.
Cost of payroll, workers' compensation and the hassles of working at home
There are few statistics to show the number of African Americans working at home
But a growing number of Americans are working at home
at least part-time, and government planners are having trouble adjusting to the changes.
We have used up a lot of our space in this facility, so working at home
would be the next best option for our operation," said Keenan.