Discover the top 9 things to do, and not do, when working from home to make it a successful and productive experience for you and your organization. Telecommuting is a positive, productive, and profitable experience for both you working from home, and your employer.
Telecommuters are 25% more productive than office workers. They also have more free and personal time. And are healthier physically and mentally than office workers. Take home the keys to success for making your time working at home both productive and enjoyable.
Here’s how it works:
Participate any day, anytime, 24x7. No real time required.
From any computer. Participate as little, or as much, as you want. Your instructor will make Comments and answer Questions on at least 3 different days of the week.
Here’s what you do each week:
Do the Readings. About 10 pages/a week.
Listen to the Presentation. A pre-recorded Presentation from your instructor is available anytime.
When you are ready, take the Self-Quiz for the week/unit.
Participate in the written Discussion. Ask a question, make a comment, share your experience, respond to others in the class.
A 2 week Fast Track course. Course starts on Monday every week.
Two Week Course
Length (in hours): 8
Two Week Course
Becoming a Telecommuter
- Adapting your job description for telecommuting
- Making the transition from the office to telecommuting
- Space, equipment, and computer requirements
Working from Home
- Workflow, time, overwork, cabin fever
- Time off, vacation, working 9-5 issues
- Communicating via distance with work colleagues