Many Australians fear they might miss out on promotion at work by taking up the opportunities for teleworking from home or in a location other than their office, according to new research from Telstra.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) will likely deliver a substantial benefit to Australia’s economy, according to a newly released study which also found that the greatest economic benefits will be derived from telehealth and teleworking.
Teleworking, the established approach to flexible working where employers provide their staff the option to work routinely away from the office, including from home, remains ineffectively used by most companies in Australia, according to a member of he government-established National Telework Advisory Panel.
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