Telework – a process recently becoming more apparent. It may be that some of the readers who, for quite some time, and actively takes advantage of this is gaining momentum, both abroad and in our form professional relationship. But much to the disappointment, it should be noted that the term 'telework' is often interpreted incorrectly. Generally, between the concept of telework and a one-time work over the Internet is a difference. The common element telework in all its forms is the use of computers and telecommunications to change adopted by geography (location staff) work. The term 'telecommuting' ('telework') is often understood by people, by means of media and by the employers within the meaning of 'telework at home.
" But it's not entirely accurate. Teleworking can have many different shapes and characteristics, which often vary depending on the situation. Another term is very actively used in the U.S. – 'telnet' ('telecommuting'), though many believe simply a synonym for 'telecommuting', more accurately describes the concept. Telnet clearly outlines the range of employee relations uses remote access to the resources of the real or virtual workplace. Workplace, transferred directly from the office in their home environment, ensuring at the same time, 'virtual' presence at work. When Telnet, there is a real interaction between the employee working at home with their colleagues who may be located on the outside and inside the office. In this case, and the office itself, in the case if all its staff to move from the working space at home, can become a virtual and be replaced by a single communications hub.