Date of Award
USM Access Thesis
Master of Arts (MA)
leadership, telecommuter, telecommuting
Emerging technology makes it easier for employees to perform work tasks from any location. The number of jobs that rely on computers for word processing, calculations, analysis, and design is increasing, while the number of physical jobs that necessitate manual intervention and physical presence is declining. Telecommuting is a work environment option that may lead to increased productivity, employee job satisfaction, and decreased financial overhead for office space.
Dion, Sylvia, "Leadership Development for Telecommuting Employees" (2019). All Theses & Dissertations. 371.