Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Telecommuters less likely to be promoted

Here's an interesting article in today's L.A. Times that suggests in order to get ahead in the workplace, one must develop an ability to drive hours in stop and go traffic five days a week in addition to being a competent employee.

It's not telecommuting itself that's the issue but rather how the employer is structured. In recent years, some organizations have abandoned the traditional top down, centralized structure and moved to a horizontal structure organized around projects and teams of workers.

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