Adjective "telecommuting" definition and examples

(Telecommuting may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)



Definitions and examples


Work from home, making use of the Internet, email, and the telephone.
  1. 'All 17 companies offer employees telecommuting and job-sharing options; 16 offer flextime.'
  2. 'Other initiatives to help attract and retain staff include morale-boosting benefits such as telecommuting and easier access to unpaid time off for reasons such as extended travel.'
  3. 'From telecommuting to centralized support services to offshore productivity centers, physical location's role is diminishing in relevance.'
  4. 'If you can't get as much time as you'd like, try to negotiate a staggered return, telecommuting, or working part time temporarily.'
  5. 'It also facilitates telecommuting - working from a location remote from the office or other place of business - making it possible for many people to work at jobs anywhere in the country, without moving away from home.'
  6. 'So the work of the court can be done basically by telecommuting, with some rare exceptions.'
  7. 'This might mean leaving your work at the office for some and telecommuting for others.'
  8. 'And instead of flying to your next business meeting simply because your company will pay for it, try carpooling or taking a train, or telecommuting via phone, fax or the Internet.'
  9. 'About 46% of small companies allow telecommuting, but it's still a good idea to do a three - to six-month test run before establishing any policy.'
  10. 'It certainly helps that we've telecommuted from the beginning; if we had started out as a regular company and then tried to institute telecommuting, I think it would have been much more difficult.'

More definitions

1. working at home by using a computer terminal electronically linked to one's place of employment.

More examples(as adjective)

"services can be telecommuting."

"applications can be telecommuting."

"workers can be telecommuting."

"practices can be telecommuting."