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Consider launching with a pilot program. This will help work out the kinks in a relatively controlled environment.

Want to test the telework waters? There are all kinds of good reasons for introducing a telework program, ranging from reducing real estate costs to giving employees a better work-life balance, which often results in increased productivity. But there are some keys to rolling out a program the right way, such as utilizing a trial period to make sure it’s the best option for both employers and employees. Read Ann All's post with a list of tips on introducing a telework program, from companies who have been there and from Ann herself, who’s been telecommuting regularly for more than a decade.

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