Corey McCarren

I am against a total policy of telecommuting only, but as I think about the fact that maybe more jobs could be supplied by reduced costs and people more economically stable if telecommuting was done more often, maybe there is a healthy mix. An example is maybe if you required people (as Dorothy said) to be in the office 3 times a week, you could have a smaller office by changing the days that people are in and out. Managers would also have a better idea of how much work to expect from someone while they are outside of the office, so they know if the person is slacking or not. Let’s just not forget the belonging stage in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs!