Working from home is working. Employee desires, quicker Net fueling telecommuting
Imagine being on vacation in Hawaii and stepping onto the hotel balcony to watch the sun rise. Then the phone rings: It’s a co-worker from the mainland. Ready for the conference call?
It happened to Darlene Frudakis, president of PetAg Inc., a Hampshire, Ill., pet food maker. Even more surprising was Frudakis’s reaction.
”It was just a fabulous feeling," said Frudakis, who is comfortable blurring the line between work and play. She relishes the ”freedom and creativity . . . to think outside the box" and says that makes her more productive. The downside: ”You can’t leave."
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