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Contributed by Vinita Dudhat,virtual assistant from Pune,India,specializes in offpage SEO,submissions and Internet marketing services.

Contributed by Vinita Dudhat,virtual assistant from Pune,India,specializes in offpage SEO,submissions and Internet marketing services.

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  • LATEST TREND
    IN
    ORGANIZATIONS
    HRM AND REMOTE WORKINGVinita DudhatCTHRM –PPTSEM IV, IMCD, NIGDI, PUNE
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  • WHAT IS REMOTE WORKING
    Also known as tele-work that
    Extends the workplace
    Is a voluntary arrangement
    Replaces business related trips
    Maintains productivity in face of disasters
    Requires planning and consensus building
    Depends on technology
    Depends on management commitment
    A person working for at least 2 days a week from home is called as remote employee. :
    Full time : vacating office premises totally
    Part time : attending important hours in office
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  • TELECOMMUTING : NEW CONCEPT OF ERA
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  • WORKING IN OFFICE AS OLD PATTERN
    “Commuting to office work is obsolete. It is now infinitely easier, cheaper, and faster to move information to where the people are.”
    Peter F. Drucker
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  • Telework: The Time Has Come
    Teleworking Assessment
    Job Suitability
    Successful
    Teleworker
    • Manages own work plan
    • Needs quiet time to complete work and/or works with remote teams
    • Understands job requirements and company
    • Manages for results
    • Communicates with employees
    • Provides regular feedback
    • Drives decision making down in the organization
    • Accepting of change
    Manager Agreement
    Trust
    Employee Desire
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  • ORGANIZATIONAL ADVANTAGES
    Employee satisfaction : more productivity
    Good industrial relations
    A set reputation in market for following latest trends
    Reduced real estate and office costs
    Reduced level of disputes and mishandlings
    Clear and transparent delegation of responsibilities
    Flexible, seamless, and happy work culture
    • Group Discussion
    • Established Objectives & timelines
    • Quality Relationships
    • Communication
    Successful Teleworking
    Arrangement
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  • Why organizations allow teleworking
    Increased productivity
    Improved staff retention
    Improved staff recruitment : mature, best fit
    For global availability of workers
    Diminished overheads 
    PR value for the organization
    Better service (longer hours, etc)
    Improves office communication.
    For reduced absenteeism
    For absence of unions and monopoly of workers
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  • INDIVIDUAL ADVANTAGES
    No commute!
    It's easier to work exercise into one’s daily routine.
    One gets to see family more.
    Multi-task during boring meetings
    More comfort and facilities
    More dedication possible
    Performance over attendance
    Benefits ranging from economic, to personal, to environmental
    Global opportunity
    Reduced costs on commuting and taxation
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  • Why work from home?
    In case of more family responsibilities
    Disability option
    Age option
    Relocation near to company’s premise if not possible
    Women employees
    For choice of own space, work culture and environment
    For Less rush hour traffic congestion
    For Less air and noise pollution
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  • DISADVANTAGES AND RISKS
    Feelings and fears of social and professional isolation
    Establishing and maintaining a workplace in the home and rules for working
    Risk and fear of job and benefit security
    Mixing work and family responsibilities
    Not open to all types of works : limited choice
    Manufacturing processes not possible
    No direct guidance and training
    Loneliness , Fear of absence of team
    Absence of office atmosphere
    Absence of collective bargaining
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  • Concerns for Organizations
    Initial capital investment (new equipment and phone lines for employees homes)
    Adaptation and change necessary in managerial and organizational styles
    Fears for: data security, diminished of corporate identification, lack of supervision resulting in decreased productivity (generally unfounded), leading to costly delays
    Moonlighting : holding multiple jobs by the workers
    Difficulties in establishing coordination amongst remote workers
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  • Conclusion
    Finally, remote working certainly is theoretically interesting.
    Multifaceted : involving key areas of service industry
    Huge opportunity for Intellectual growth
    Even considering potential risks and challenges, Most useful for organizations who believe in visioning, creating and planning for alternative and preferred futures
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