‘Telecommuting’ Is Mostly Just Overtime That You Do at Home – The Daily Stat – October 25, 2012 – Harvard Business Review

Half to two-thirds of the work that employees do at home pushes their work hours above 40 per week, an indication that in most cases, “telecommuters” are just adding overtime to their work days, Mary C. Noonan of the University of Iowa and Jennifer L. Glass of the University of Texas at Austin write inMonthly Labor Review. In effect, telecommuting allows employers to impose longer workdays and workweeks and to raise expectations that employees will be available evenings and weekends, the researchers say.

‘Telecommuting’ Is Mostly Just Overtime That You Do at Home – The Daily Stat – October 25, 2012 – Harvard Business Review.

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