"The report found that 47 percent of senior managers in Irish SMEs work from home at least one day a month with 29 percent working from home four days a month or more. The study shows a dramatic increase in teleworking in Ireland since 2004 when only 25 percent said they worked at least one day a month from home."
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
"An interest among SMEs in the communications side of the internet is one of the chief reasons teleworking is proving popular with Irish firms," writes Emmet Ryan at ENN. He also quotes a survey released on Monday by O2 Ireland which suggests that teleworking is increasing in small firms in Ireland, partly as a result of PDAs. He writes:
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