Teleworking Definition

Define what is Teleworking?

1. telecommuting, teleworking (noun)

employment at home while communicating with the workplace by phone or fax or modem.

    Synonyms: telecommuting
    Hypernyms

    employment, work noun
    the occupation for which you are paid.

    Nearby Terms

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