This section is a master list of all the telecommuting/telework
implementation guides and related resources that are listed throughout this
site. We have collected them here in one place so you can quickly search
through them and find the help you need.
A few words about this list:
Most of these items are free but some are for sale at a reasonable cost.
Some of these are very complete implementation guides, and some cover
only one or two specific topics. You might find it helpful to search
through several to find all the information you need.
If you click on "Get Description" you'll go to the section of this site
where the item is listed, and you can see our description of it. You can
then go to the other site from that description.
If you click on "Get Resource" you'll go directly to the site where the
item is available.
The links we have included to external sites are as specific as we could
make them. However, if you end up in what looks like the wrong section or
hit a dead link, try going back to the external site's home page (for
example, www.organization name.com) and search from there. And, please
email Gil Gordon about these bad links so they can be fixed.
In addition to these resources, you will also find several good books
including how-to implementation guidelines and related materials in the
"Virtual Office and Mobile Working" and "Management Issues" sections of
this site's Amazon.com booklist.
Government & University-Based
California Computer Users Handbook
(Ergonomics and more)
A Management Priority - A Guide for Managers, Supervisors, and
Telework Coordinators" is published by the U.S. Office of Personnel
Management; it is a comprehensive guide for starting up and
managing effective telework programs.