At home but on the clock

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At home but on the clock

Durangoans part of increasingly common telecommuting
With his kitchen right beside him, Walker Thompson works from his home office in which he is vice president of sales and marketing for WhenToManage Restaurant Solutions, as well as a partner in Social Transactions. While there are benefits to having remote workers, such as not paying for a building to house employees, it can be difficult to make sure the leadership is on the same page, Thompson said.
The “break room” is never far away for Walker Thompson, who is one of the 63 percent of workers who telecommute at least on a part-time basis, according to a Families and Work Institute study.

At home but on the clock

With his kitchen right beside him, Walker Thompson works from his home office in which he is vice president of sales and marketing for WhenToManage Restaurant Solutions, as well as a partner in Social Transactions. While there are benefits to having remote workers, such as not paying for a building to house employees, it can be difficult to make sure the leadership is on the same page, Thompson said.
The “break room” is never far away for Walker Thompson, who is one of the 63 percent of workers who telecommute at least on a part-time basis, according to a Families and Work Institute study.
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