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|Title:||Teleworking practice in small and medium-sized firms: Management style and worker autonomy|
|Citation:||New Technology, Work and Employment, 20(3): 218-233(16), Nov 2005|
|Abstract:||In an empirical study of teleworking practices amongst small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in West London, organisational factors such as management attitudes, worker autonomy and employment flexibility were found to be more critical than technological provision in facilitating successful implementation. Consequently, we argue that telework in most SMEs appears as a marginal activity performed mainly by managers and specialist mobile workers.|
|Appears in Collections:||Business and Management|
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