Telework Information Sites
Telework, Telecottage and Telecentre Association - The TCA is dedicated to promoting teleworking through its membership and publications.
Telework New Zealand
Telework New Zealand is the only specialist telework consultancy in Australasia. It covers telework strategies for Companies, for Communities and for Individuals
BT Working from Home
Whether youre already working from home, or just thinking about it, this site will help you make the most of the liberating possibilities of telework.
European Telework Online
Provides information on Telework and Teletrade.
Telecommunication Links with Experts. Freelance experts, specialists as well as professionals and small service providers of many service areas have the chance to reach potential markets, customers and trading partners world-wide, which under normal circumstances may be inaccessible to them due to geographical remoteness or too high acquisition costs. Telework makes it possible to carry out world-wide jobs by working from home.
ISPO - Information Society Project Office
The ISPO has been set up by the EC to raise awareness of initiatives using telematics.
The voice of professional teleworking in Ireland.
This site is for anyone wanting to work at home and anyone already working at home. You will find lots to get you started, help you find work at home. Sign-up to advertise your services free.
This site consolidates a wide variety of information from around the world, and from many different perspectives, the subjects of telecommuting, teleworking, the virtual office, and related topics. Gil Gordon is an acknowledged expert in the implementation of telecommuting and telework.
The 8th European Assembly on New Ways to Work, venue Finland.
Of the estimated 55.5 million establishments in the fifteen EU countries plus Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic, some 27 million are already practising some form of eWork. This is one of the encouraging results from the EMERGENCE Europe-wide employer survey.
Mirti is a research project of the European Union (Telematics Applications Programme) in which Italian, Austrian, German, Belgian, British and French institutions work together
Distance Education and Teleworking of Hungarian Disabled
Their aim is to use the world information highway to prepare physically handicapped and socially marginalised persons on the labour market.
Teleworking in the UK Labour Force Statistical Results from 2000. Around a quarter of a million British people joined the teleworking workforce last year, an increase of 19%.
Andrea works as an e-lancer from a home office located in the outskirts of Budapest The term e-lancer describes someome self-employed at an occupation where work is performed online without the the constraints of time and distance. Comprehensive website, also includes telework success stories.