Origin of telecommuting
verb (used without object), tel·e·com·mut·ed, tel·e·com·mut·ing.
Origin of telecommute
Examples from the Web for telecommuting
Contemporary Examples of telecommuting
You can see this thrust in the current telecommuting debate at Yahoo.You Can’t ‘Have It All’ & More of Feminism’s Outdated Phrases
March 28, 2013
What I expect Yahoo to learn is that telecommuting is not the problem—it is a solution.Yahoo Has It Backward: Why Working Remotely Is Better for Everyone
February 26, 2013
Historical Examples of telecommuting
Telecommuting is an extension of the previous pattern of work.
Telecommuting is a timid beginning and a pale image of what such strategies might be.
by 1975, as a hypothetical workplace set-up; verbal noun from telecommute. Said to have been coined by Jack Niles of USC.