Telework New Zealand

Telework strategies that benefit employers, employees and society: profiting from flexibility

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Welcome

Telework New Zealand works with governments and organisations that want to create flexible alternatives.

We help governments reduce our reliance on travel and the costs associated with our present road and transport networks. And we help organisations that want to get maximum return from their investment in people, workspace and technology.

We help assess the risks and potential benefits of telework (also known as working from home, telecommuting, web commuting or virtual work) and ensure that clients access the full benefits while avoiding the possible problems. We offer free resources, template documents, customised consulting and flexible on-line training courses for employees and managers and we provide research, strategy development and campaign delivery for local and national governments. We also offer a range of workshops and presentations. Follow the links above for more information.

With over 20 years experience Telework New Zealand helps both public authorities and businesses put in place travel and workplace strategies that will help us succeed in an uncertain future.

Smart governments know that reducing the need for travel can drive economic and community development, improve national productivity and help ensure a sustainable future, even when major changes
threaten our infrastructure and our economy.

Smart employers know that offering sound telework programmes can retain key staff, increase productivity
and profit, save money and help them succeed in a changing world.

 

 

 

The latest news, as of 18 August 2014, is available here.

Check out our Five Steps to Telework.

 

 

 

 

 

Bevis England, Telework New Zealand, bevis@telework.co.nz.  Phone: +64-9-817 8024 or +64-27-494 0700  Skype: bevis.england

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