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Work in Place: A Telework-Friendly Policy Framework

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Publication Number: P3010
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As technology continues to evolve and existing management mindsets change, telework or telecommuting provides a viable alternative to traditional jobs and results in a more resilient and diverse economy. The objective of this policy framework is to design policies, incentives, and mechanisms to strengthen telework and, in the process, help Mississippi become a telework-friendly state. Economic and workforce development policy should shift to support telework since teleworkers bring talent and income, pay taxes, and contribute to their communities (Erard 2016).

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