Managing Telework

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Kevin Daniels, David A. Lamond, Peter Standen
Cengage Learning EMEA, 2000 - 182 pagina's
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Edited by three teleworkers with extensive experience as researchers and consultants Managing Telework provides an integrated and comprehensive account of the human resource management of teleworkers. It is a book for human resource managers and management consultants who manage and develop teleworking schemes, and will also appeal to researchers, students and teleworkers who need an understanding of the latest management thinking on telework.
 

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Inhoudsopgave

an introduction to the issues
1
Telework in its national context Olga Tregaskis
9
Organizational structures that support telework David Lamond
21
Organizational culture and telework Peter Standen
31
Socializing teleworkers into the organization Jon Billsberry
43
Communication and collaboration at a distance Richard Harper
53
Personality and telework David Lamond
61
Job features and wellbeing Kevin Daniels
73
a new division of labour ? Paul Sparrow
93
Managerial style and telework David Lamond
103
Selection for telework Maryam Omari Peter Standen
113
Organizational learning Olga Tregaskis Kevin Daniels
125
Training and development for online working Gilly Salmon John Allan Ken Giles
135
Performance management and compensation Jos van Ommeren
149
Preparing people and organizations for teleworking Jean Marie Hiltrop
157
Prospects and perspectives
175

The homework interface Peter Standen
83

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