Telecommuting is an accepted practice in many workplaces. The majority of those who telecommute do so from home. Whether working at the kitchen table or in a bedroom converted to an office, these individuals arrive at work via technology rather than the freeways. However, the very technology that allows the flexibility to work from home creates questions that must be answered if the employment relationship is to run smoothly and you are to avoid litigation.

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