How can more workers convince their employers to let them telecommute?



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    I think that many employers want their employees to come to the office because they believe that it increases productivity and, perhaps, results in a certain amount of office cohesiveness and a personal investment in the company. Perhaps, if workers proposed a part-time telecommute, or a telecommute that was contingent upon productivity gains employers might be willing to work with them. I believe that employers might be more likely to agree to their employees telecommuting if they saw it as a trial period that would only be allowed to continue if it saw results that exceeded those of the traditional 9-5.

    This is a great idea in terms of the green movement. It would cut down on emissions from people driving to work and allow people to enjoy the better part of the day. 

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