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Virginia Telework Day is Aug. 3



July 15, 2009 By

Virginia Gov. Timothy Kaine today encouraged organizations and individuals to work from home or from a remote location on Monday August 3. Kaine in a release said that telework promotes workplace efficiency, reduces traffic and is green and family friendly. Businesses are encouraged to participate as a way to test business continuity plans for an emergency. Signups and additional resources can be located online at the Telework Exchange.

 


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@TANDBERG_Video    |    Commented August 3, 2009

Reston, VA employer Tandberg is supporting Statewide Telework Day by encouraging its employees to use video conferencing to work from home today. From just half of our staff (75) teleworking, we are eliminating almost two metric tons of carbon emissions and saving almost 100 hours of productivity by not sitting in traffic.

@TANDBERG_Video    |    Commented August 3, 2009

Reston, VA employer Tandberg is supporting Statewide Telework Day by encouraging its employees to use video conferencing to work from home today. From just half of our staff (75) teleworking, we are eliminating almost two metric tons of carbon emissions and saving almost 100 hours of productivity by not sitting in traffic.

@TANDBERG_Video    |    Commented August 3, 2009

Reston, VA employer Tandberg is supporting Statewide Telework Day by encouraging its employees to use video conferencing to work from home today. From just half of our staff (75) teleworking, we are eliminating almost two metric tons of carbon emissions and saving almost 100 hours of productivity by not sitting in traffic.

Tom    |    Commented August 3, 2009

If 20% of the workforce stayed home on August 3rd (not including the 172,000 Virginians who already work from home most of the time):

Tom    |    Commented August 3, 2009

If 20% of the workforce stayed home on August 3rd (not including the 172,000 Virginians who already work from home most of the time):

Tom    |    Commented August 3, 2009

If 20% of the workforce stayed home on August 3rd (not including the 172,000 Virginians who already work from home most of the time):


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