|Other titles||Telework 98, Telework 1998|
|Contributions||European Commission. Directorate-General XII, Science, Research, and Development., European Assembly on Telework and New Ways of Working (3rd : 1996 : Vienna, Austria).$tTelework "96.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||171 p. :|
|Number of Pages||171|
This report examines the phenomenon of telework in the EU – particularly in the context of the European Framework Agreement on Telework, which was signed by the peak social partners in July The report first assesses the incidence of telework across the 27 EU Members States and Norway, highlighting the overall increase in telework usage. Status Report on European Telework TELEWORK The available definitions cover a wide range of homeworking, alternating telework, multi-site telework, freelance telework, mobile teleworking, and telework from relocated back offices. For this publication we have used the broad definitions used in the Commission’s Status report on European Telework , Telework . Telework , the annual status report from the European Commission, while acknowledging the problems of definition and lack of information, cites estimates of some 4 million people telworking in one form or another across the EU in The document reports calculations from European Telework Development (ETD), which suggest that in late , there were around 1,, "formal" teleworkers .
Debate on cybersecurity and data protection at European Centre of Solidarity, Participation by Wojciech Wiewiórowski (via videolink), Gdansk, Poland 18 May Wojciech Wiewiórowski meeting with Ambassador Michael Clauss, Permanent Representation of Germany to the EU, Brussels, Belgium. (EWCS), conducted by Eurofound, Report on Telework in the European Union by European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working conditions, report by the European social partners implementation of the European framework agreement on telework, Status Report on European Telework New methods of work , as well as on other Internet. implementation report was adopted by the European social dialogue committee on 28 June and transmitted to the EU Commission in September When the EU framework agreement on telework was concluded, the EU had only 15 members. Source: European Commission, DG XIII, Status Report on Telework (). All figures and percentage of teleworkers except asterisked figures from the TELDET-survey in
Act mandated that OPM provide an annual report to Congress addressing the telework programs of each Executive agency (5 U.S.C. § ). The current report fulfills OPM’s reporting requirements for fiscal year and provides information on telework trends over a . The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) issues an annual report to Congress, summarizing information provided by Executive Branch agencies on the status of their telework programs. Reports issued after evaluate telework under the Telework Enhancement Act and use different measures than those included in earlier reports. Telework (decentralized information and communication technology-based office work) is a controversial subject. Some see in it the future of work organization and predict its sweeping advancement, while others are sceptical about its long-term prospects and feel that, due to the considerable organizational effort involved, telework applications will remain limited in scope. In July , the European Commission adopted a raft of policy recommendations on the labour market and the social dimension of the information society. The recommendations included commitments to promote teleworking in Europe and to study teleworking within the Commission.