This project examined the experiences of managers of telecommuters to ascertain what changes, if any, had occurred in their managerial behaviors over a range of processes. Twelve managers of telecommuters were interviewed in depth by means of a semi-structured question format. The interviews were content analyzed using QSR NUD*IST, software designed to assist in qualitative data analysis. related reference : The National Center for Transportation and Industrial Productivity
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