Corpus ID: 111611495

Telework Productivity and Effectiveness: Factors that Influence Results-Oriented Job Assessments

  title={Telework Productivity and Effectiveness: Factors that Influence Results-Oriented Job Assessments},
  author={A. Davis},
  • A. Davis
  • Published 2011
  • Engineering
  • The study provides a set of factors that pertain to the essential requirements that employees and managers working in large multinational corporations must consider for job performance assessments of teleworkers. This review identifies the use of a goal-oriented system and technization that create trust relationships and empower employees to achieve a quality outcome. These elements consider the benefits and drawbacks of relevant social and technology factors that influence productivity and… CONTINUE READING
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