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TELEWORK, TELECOMMUTING & TELECOTTAGE REFERENCES
for the WestMan Telework Committee:

 http://home.westman.wave.ca/~hillmans/teleref1.html
Compiled by William G. Hillman
"Telecommuting is nature's gift to our generation." Dilbert


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CONTENTS
Telework meeting notes: 00.04.27
1. Reference Links in Hypertext
2. Ideas for Telework Activities
3. Teleworking Guidelines

Telework Committee: 2000.04.27 Highlights
Guest: Stanley Singh
Director of Corporate Development
ssingh@exploitsvalley.nf.ca
ssingh@nf.sympatico.ca
www.exploitsvalley.nf.ca
ETI: EXPLOITS TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVE
Information Technologies IT Coordinator
Grand Falls, Newfoundland
Pop 25,000 – Service centre – College town – Top 10 in Canada
Similar to Brandon
Newfoundland struggling to replace fisheries employment
Given Fed money and communities responsible for its deployment
Singh works for three boards
Job to hunt down Info Tech work and contracts
What to do with technology to make it work?
All government levels involved: Municipal, Provincial, Federal
* US economy in overheat... can’t find people... give huge incentives
Much more labour demand than supply... wages are out of whack.
This is a good deal for Americans... currency exchange: 2 workers for 1
Singh targets small firms offering a skills stable
Newfies prefer to stay on island...
so this is a promise of non-seasonal full-time work
It brings community together ... heals ... motivates
Each person has a role in the project
Bring in company... divide the work
Average person tho, doesn’t care about behind scenes... just sees end product result.

* North Atlantic College provides incubator room... company comes in and uses it... give training.... and eventually moves to bigger facility...
So...
Invest in a building... hardwire and equip it and it will kickstart many things
It becomes a symbol or cornerstone... project no longer hairy fairy... concrete.
Company staff people run the operation day by day.
Great if can go into partnership with college... a good synergy level... work hand in hand.
College supplies the workers by tailoring their courses in our direction... they set their courses around what we need.
Some jobs require little more than a warm body.
Opportunity at all levels... from minimal ed and input to a full-time career.
Company coming in can indicate the types of skilled workers they need and the college can respond in their course design.

* Compile a data base of work list / job bank of people and their job skills
This will tell potential companies what we have to offer... many unique job skills wanted... huge money if you have unique skills

* City must be big enough to offer services... minimum 30,000
* Time zones important.. we are north of Chicago and midwest cities
* Go to Internet and search
* Go to trade shows... seek out trade commissions -- Focus on what your skill sets group can handle
* EXPENSIVE: travel, hotels, registrations, expense accounts, US funds
But just need one “yes” out of hundreds of “nos”
* Work with Trade Commissioner of the area... get them to invite people for you to meet... take out ads in local papers :
“If you are expanding your company or are looking for the most cost efficient method of working... meet with us!”
* There are many well-oiled professional organizations that can help facilitate business... investors. Go to youth employment, etc. and other grant givers...
* Let the Americans know what Canadian grants they are eligible for: govt. money, perks, etc.
* Their reps come in and negotiate the financial bottom lines for their companies and go back and brag about their success and get a bonus.
* They can get workers similar to US pool at half the price.
We do all the work if they decide to come... logistics, workers, building, setup, college, infrastructure.
Can subcontract work.... Americans pay $100US... we get workers for $100CDN. ... Often more efficient to contract out.
Must draw them here rather than Winnipeg.
Start with one and nurture it and then others will follow.
Companies feed off one another... stepping stones.

IT graduates are picked up immediately... a huge IT work force.
Encourage local college & university to cooperate
Great trickle down advantages to a community

Newfoundland attracted North Carolina company: DPSI
Work on the constantly changing software needed for tools, macines, etc.

ADVANTAGES:
Very little government assistance
No environmental assessment
No water or food products with all the inspection and licensing hassles
No import duties
No freight
Minimal paperwork
So... the traditional drawbacks to business are not present
IT is clean... growing ... and will grow more with wider bandwidths
Just need a room and terminals and teleworkers and network
Simple... great opportunity
* Nortel is currently hiring 5000 people and is expanding worldwide...sucking everyone in .... robbing the little companies.... who are begging for employees.
Great if workers want to stay in a good, safe quality town and are reluctant to move... alternate is to stay and telework.

Bill Hillman
E-mail:  hillmans@westman.wave.ca

Telework website:
http://home.westman.wave.ca/~hillmans/teleref1.html



1. REFERENCE LINKS


ITAC ~ International Telework Association & Council
An online curriculum
http://www.telecommute.org/
E-mail: tac4dc@aol.com
A non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the economic, social and environmental benefits of teleworking.
Contents: History ~ Research Backgrounder ~ Planned Program ~ Curriculum ~ Surveys ~ Telemanager Discussion Group


European Telework Online
The Internet portal for teleworking, telecommuting, and related topics
http://www.eto.org.uk/



Getting paid to surf or to read emails
European Telework Online's review of Internet payment-for-use services
Links and summaries of approximately 50 sites
http://www.eto.org.uk/faq/gpts.htm
How does it work?
http://www.eto.org.uk/faq/gpts-int.htm


CTA: Canadian Telework Association
http://www.ivc.ca/
ABOUT US ~ LINKS TO: InnoVisions Canada - Cdn Telework Assoc - Cdn Telework Day - TELEWORK - About Telework - Cdn Telework Scene - US Telework Scene - Jobs, Recruitment & Retention - For Teleworkers - For Telemanagers - Office Space - Taxes and Telework - Cost-Benefits - Broader Impacts - Transport/Environment - Cities, communities - Social impacts - Safety & Health - Political support - Time & Timeshifting - Globalization - Distance Education - Tele-health - Emerg. preparedness - For the Disabled -
MISCELLANEOUS: Telework News - Telework - Conferences & Events - Telework Stories - Telework humor  - Products
- Bookstore - Awards & Testimonials - Flexible Work - Suggestions - Add Link - ITAC: International Telework Assoc'n - Reach us: info@ivc.ca - Contacting Bob Fortier for speaking engagements

INTERNATIONAL TELEWORK WEBRING

CANADIAN TELEWORK ASSOCIATION
http://www.ivc.ca/

http://www.ivc.ca/webring.html
Linking Teleworking Associations from eight countries

GERMANY TELEWORKING ASSOCIATION
 http://www.vtd.org

ITALIAN TELWORK ASSOCIATION
 http://www.mclink.it/telelavoro/lt/

PORTUGUESE ASSOCIATION FOR TELEWORK DEVELOPMENT
 http://208.244.90.46/apdt/

SPANISH TELEWORK ASSOCIATION
 http://www.ciberteca.es/aet/

FRENCH TELEWORK ASSOCIATION
 http://www.aftt.net/

UK: TCA - TELECENTRE TELEWORK TELECOTTAGE
 http://www.tca.org.uk/home.htm



TELECOMMUTING AND TELEWORK RESOURCES
http://www.telework.com/


INTERACTIVE TELEWORK STRATEGIES GROUP
http://www.isgonline.com/
InterActive Strategies Group (ISG) is a full-service marketing consulting firm.  they provide a broad range of services including marketing planning, research, collateral development, business writing, Internet consulting and web site development.


TELECOMMUTING: ABOUT.COM GUIDE
http://telecommuting.about.com/smallbusiness/telecommuting/?once=true&
LINKS:
Agreements/Policies ~ Career Tips ~ Communication ~  Conferences ~ Connections ~  Consultants ~  Facts & Figures ~ Family ~ Flexible Options ~ Fun ~ Glossaries ~  Good for Business ~ Health ~  Home Office ~ Impact of  TelecommutingJobs - Admn. ~ Jobs - Computer BasedJobs - Contract etc ~  Jobs - Misc. ~  Jobs - Writing/Editing ~ Manager's Meeting ~  Mobile Users ~  On Your Way ~  Organizations ~  Scams ~  Software ~  Starting PointSuccess Stories ~  Technology ~  Telework Centres


LISTS OF JOBS BY CONTRACT
http://jobsearchtech.about.com/jobs/jobsearchtech/?once=true&

NEWFOUNDLAND LABRADOR TELECENTERS
http://www.entnet.nf.ca


JOANNE H. PRATT ASSOCIATES
http://www.joannepratt.com/
A virtual company that helps both public and private organizations implement telework.  President Joanne Pratt approaches change as a futurist interested  in what is going to happen next.


TELECOMMUTER RESOURCES, INC.
http://www.telecommuter.org/


TELECOMMUTING, TELEWORK AND ALTERNATIVE OFFICING
http://www.gilgordon.com/


CHECKLIST: TELEWORK SOLUTIONS
http://www.globaltelematics.com/telework.htm


TELEWORK GUIDE FROM AT&T
http://www.att.com/ehs/telework/


WHEELS & WIRES SEMINAR
http://www.globaltelematics.com/MIT/wheelswires.htm


TMANAGE PRIVATE JOB FINDER
http://www.careers.tmanage.com/
http://www.tmanage.com/


TELECOMMUTING ESSAYS
http://www.lbl.gov/ICSD/Niles/


TELEWORK 2000 (UK)
http://www.telework2000.com/


EUROPEAN TELEWORK SITES
http://www.epri.org/conference/telework.html


TWS (UK): TELEWORKERS WEBSITE
http://members.aol.com/telwebsite/
TWS provides a central location for UK teleworkers to announce their services and skills to prospective employers or clients free.
LINKS TO TELEWORK UK SITES
http://members.aol.com/telwebsite/link01.htm


GMU TELEWORK & TRAINING CENTRES
http://www.gmutelework.com/


INTELEWORKS, INC.
http://www.inteleworks.com/


OUTSOURCE 2000
http://outsource2000.com/telework/


260 TELEWORK COMPANIES
http://telecommuting.about.com/smallbusiness/telecommuting/sitesearch.htm?terms=telework%20company&TopNode=3897&SUName=telecommuting


10 SIGNS YOUR COMPANY NEEDS TELEWORK
http://www.allpop.com/TechNews9907/14_fortier.html


TELEWORK AMERICA ONLINE CURRICULUM
http://www.telecommute.org/twa/workshop1.shtml


HOW TO CREATE A TELEWORK STRATEGY
http://www.tdu.dk/telework/guide6.html


TANL: TELEWORK ASSOCIATION OF NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR
http://www.northatlantic.nf.ca/telework/press1background.html


TELEWORK NEW ZEALAND
http://www.telework.co.nz/Page11.htm


ONLINE GAMBLING DIRECTORY
http://www.a-great-casino.com/


COLORADO TELEWORK COALITION
http://www.coloradoteleworks.org/


EUROPEAN TELEWORK AWARDS
http://www.etw.org/


AT&T: ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH & SAFETY REPORTS ON TELEWORKING
http://www.att.com/ehs/


MATAC: Mid-Atlantic Teleworking Advisory Council
http://www.dctelecommute.org/


WOMEN IN TECHNOLOGY
http://www.womenintechnology.com


TELEWORK TRAINING SITE
http://www.icbl.hw.ac.uk/telep/telework/telework.html


DOMAIN NAMES AVAILABLE: TELE-WORKER.COM and TELCOMMUTE.COM
(Why not try Tele-worker.ca etc.)
http://www.tele-worker.com/


WORK-AT-HOME ADS
http://www.the-work-at-home.com/


IDEAS FOR WORK-AT-HOME JOBS
http://www.success-solution.com/resources.html


SELL YOURSELF
http://www.success-solution.com/sellyourself.html


CURE Network: nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering people living with mental and/or  physical disabilities and the home bound
http://www.cure.org/


COPY EDITOR & PROOFREADER
http://www1.50megs.com/fjt/mailform.html
http://www.angelfire.com/biz4/janproof/Janpage.html


TELECOMMUTING JOBS
http://www.tjobs.com/


FLEMING TELEWORKING RESOURCES (Many sites)
http://www.mother.com/dfleming/dmflinks.htm#Mega_Sites


AMERICAN TELECOMMUTING ASSOCIATION NEWSLETTER
http://www.knowledgetree.com/ata-nl.html


TELECOMMUTE PROGRAMMING JOBS
http://www.jfpresources.com/jobtele1.html


LIST OF THE BEST HOME BUSINESSES
http://www.paulandsarah.com/Pages/bestbiz/framebest98.html


GET PAID FOR YOUR OPINIONS
http://www.volition.com/opinions.html


FREELANCE.COM: A GLOBAL SOURCE FOR PROJECTS AND PROFESSIONALS
http://www.freelance.com


GURU.COM: THE WEB'S PREMIER EXCHANGE FOR CONNECTING
INDEPENDENT PROFESSIONALS WITH CONTRACT PROJECTS
http://www.guru.com/


GHOST WRITER.COM:  Ghost Writer specializes in business plans, content development and marketing strategies for internet start-ups.
http://www.ghost-writing.com/index.html


FREE AGENT.COM: A powerful hub for freelancers, consultants & independent contractors
http://www.freeagent.com/
http://www.freeagent.com/hillmans


HBOA: INTERNET RESOURCES FOR HOME BASED BUSINESSES
http://www.hboa.com/


FREEMARKETS.COM: Creates business-to-business online auctions for buyers of industrial parts, raw materials, commodities and services.
http://www.freemarkets.com/



2. IDEAS (SO FAR) FOR TELEWORK ACTIVITIES


* At home or Online training and resources for handicapped and seniors. Computer Training
        (home or online or centres) ~ recycle computers ~ newsgroups ~ set up systems & tutor for Internet use
* Work at Home Resume Service (How to e-mail the resume)
* Website Design & Development & Hosting ~ Webmaster (FrontPage, etc.) (See teleref2)
* Freelance Writing ~ Ghostwriting
* Typing service: Target Realtors, Insurance sales, and companies that use mailings.
* Scanning service
* Slide Show Presentation, Creative Arts and Drawing, Animation, and Multimedia.
* Data Entry
* Desktop Publishing ~ Wordprocessing
* Database development ~ Report creation ~ datasheets ~ Customized forms ~ Spreadsheets
* Middle man for selling collectibles (ad - contacts - auction processing - mailing)
    (See http://home.westman.wave.ca/~hillmans/teleref3.html )
    Then put an Internet Auction service in place using existing venues such as www.ebay.com
* Advertising ~ Sales
* Distant Educator ~ Tutor
* Technical Writer
* Translator
* Graphics Service ~ Artist
* Consulting
* Internet Research
* Journalist ~ Correspondent
* Market Research
* Programming
* Networked sewers, knitters, crafts people
* Link schools for shared courses - tele-instruction - distance courses - interactive education - adult courses
* Voice mail services for students in schools, for homeless
* Online jobs offered, complete with outline of needed skills, training for those skills, and a place for people to advertise the skills they do have.
* A Senior Citizens network with interactive capability with their children and caregivers, health information, online courses for seniors, seniors issues, entertainment, etc.


3. SOME TELEWORKING GUIDELINES
DISTILLED FROM THE NET

Potential teleworkers should ask themselves:

 What skills do I have?
 What service can I offer?
 What skills or services do people/businesses want?
 What skills or services are they willing to pay for?
 What income do I need?
 If my skills/service match what people/businesses will pay for, will it match my income needs?
 How can I find these people/businesses?
 How can I contact them?
 How can I persuade them to 'buy me'?
 Am I sure that I can meet their demands or the agreed service on time?
 Marketing Techniques
 Marketing falls into two categories:
     1) Trying to attract people to you
     2) Making sure that potential customers can find you when they are looking

 Some Basic Marketing Techniques For The Telecomms Age:

 1. Get a web site or advertisement - with examples of your work

 2. Get listed in an appropriate directory with a pointer to your site- this could be a paper directory of trainers or
 consultants but you should also consider an electronic directory such as The Teleworkers Web Site

 3. Send out a well designed mailshot - preferably via the normal postal service (I suspect most people resent
 unsolicited email more than unsolicited snail mail as you are paying all the costs). If you do use electronic mail,
 target your audience VERY carefully and send a very brief email preferably direct to the appropriate person and
 addressing an identified need

 4. Follow up with a phone call - for many people, the hardest thing to do.

How To Describe Yourself

Play up your experience and successes not just your qualifications. The object is to attract attention, instill confidence and make them want you.  The following are some do's and don't's to be observed in promoting yourself:

 Don't

 Say you are a student
 Say you need to work from home to look after an aged relative
 Say you are just starting telework
 Say anything about your personal circumstances such as an inability to travel

All these things suggest your needs and that the prospective customer/employer will be doing you a favour rather  than what you have to offer. Some suggest that personal circumstances might interfere with the work they want  you to do.

 Do

 Say what you have achieved that is relevant to the service you are offering
 Say who you have worked for before
 Say how efficient you are
 Say you produce quality work to tight deadlines

 You must give the impression that you are reliable and experienced. If you really do not have any experience of  telework play up your achievements in regular employment. If you have no experience of paid work play up  community work or go out and get some experience working free for a charity or community.

Assert that the freelance or contract teleworker, as opposed to a permanent employee of a company working from their own home, must consider themselves as a business with 'something to sell', not as someone 'looking for a job'. The prospective teleworker should think of those they are selling to as potential customers rather than as employers.

 Networking

One of the techniques that is often suggested is 'Networking'. Basically this boils down to the old fashioned principle of 'moving in the right circles'. You will benefit from making contacts in both social and business contexts. If you thought teleworking was for the anti-social, think again, the teleworking business is the people business. Some people network by attending functions at the local Chamber of Commerce, attending trade exhibitions, conferences and business lunch clubs, you can also join a trade/professional association if one exists (if not consider starting one. But for the modern teleworker travelling or get out and about is not the only way to  network, with the Internet you can join on-line discussion groups and newsgroups, even attend some virtual  exhibitions and seminars.

 What to Charge

 One of the most important decisions you will make is what to charge for your services.  A major factor will be the salary you want or need to draw from your business,  with that figure in mind you can draw up an hourly rate. But the calculation is not as simple as it might appear, you must allow for your 'overheads'.  Most people will  find that in order to maintain the income they received from paid employment they will need to charge two to  three times the hourly rate they were paid to allow for the time they spend on essential activities that they cannot charge for plus National Insurance and personal pension (as the government are now making clear will be  essential). This does not allow for overheads such as telephone, equipment (including eplacement, upgrades and repairs), insurance, stationery, advertising, and other expenses.

You may be tempted to offer lower rates in an attempt to compete with other businesses.  Be careful about this,  employers often know the value of work and may not trust someone who undercuts the rate or they may simply use your figure to bargain with a more experienced person.  Sometimes employers are reassured by higher charges, reasoning that you must be worth it.  You might vary your charges a little for certain types of work. Often some of your costs will be fixed no matter how long a contract so you might need to charge more for shorter contracts. Alternatively, the security and reduced job hunting time offered by a long contract might persuade you to offer a slightly lower rate.

 As you can see, setting your charges can be a complicated business balancing what you need to earn against what the market will stand.  For this and many other reasons it is worth meeting with other teleworkers to discuss such issues.  If you are unable to meet any locally, join an on-line forum.

Making A Success Of Your Telework Business

 Like all businesses teleworkers can fail in three principle ways: not finding work, taking on work beyond their capabilities and not getting paid for the work they do.

 We have looked at ways of finding work above but taking on work beyond your capabilities can be a disaster too. Many people through desperation or over enthusiasm take on work with unrealistic deadlines or take on too many contracts. Upsetting customers by not delivering on time is the best way to ensure that they do not return.  They do not want to hear how busy you are if you are running late. The time to tell someone you are too busy to handle their business is when you are approached not when they are chasing you to complete. Taking on more work than you can handle is the wrong decision, instead consider taking on an assistant or contracting the work to another teleworker.  You might consider having an arrangement with another teleworker to pass on work to one another in busy times.

 Getting Paid

 Let's face it, some people are crooks and are going to make it difficult for you, some are incompetent or inefficient and may intend to pay you but mess up somewhere along the line but many people who experience  problems getting paid have only themselves to blame. By organising your business properly you can weed out all but the most determined crooks.

 Make sure you get a written order or contract for the work you are to undertake which carefully specifies the work you are to do, the time scale, the criteria for agreeing the quality of the work and the terms of payment. This will avoid disputes later on, or at least ensure they are settled in your favour and if you stick to your guns and don't start work until you have a signed contract, the inefficient will weed themselves out because they rarely get around to signing.

 Make sure the person who places the order or contract is authorised to do so and not cutting corners. One of the biggest problems in dealing with government departments and large corporations is getting paid for the work you have actually completed because the order was placed without raising the appropriate purchase order, at which point the finance department simply refuses to raise a cheque. Now legally you may be entitled to payment (maybe not) but the finance department are working to strict rules designed to prevent fraud and maintain careful financial control. Never, ever undertake any work for a government department, local authority, health authority, utility company, school, college or any other public body without an official order number. If you get your order number and do your job properly you are pretty much guaranteed payment, without an order number you are in for trouble.

 Get an efficient accounting system, send printed invoices on time, quote order numbers and send reminders and statements as soon as the invoice is due for payment. Don't be afraid to follow up with a polite phone call if the money does not arrive on time. Have the order number, invoice number and relevant names, contract etc. to hand when you call and get the names of the person(s) you talk to. At first simply say you are phoning about a due invoice, don't ask if there is a problem at this point, let them explain why it has not been paid. If they say that the work was not satisfactory, you should have covered the arrangements for acceptance and agreed satisfaction before sending the invoice so you can politely point that out. If they say they have not received the invoice say that is strange because you personally raised the invoice and you are sure it went out to the correct address, ask them to check again. If they still say it has not arrived agree to send another but check the address and the name of the person to send it to. Also ask how soon you can expect payment after the second invoice arrives. Send
 the invoice Recorded Delivery to prove arrival. If payment still does not arrive it is worth speaking to the person who placed the order and enlisting their assistance.

 If all else fails you may have to resort to other means. If you have no other recourse but the law then the Small Claims Court can be very effective provided your claim is within their limits. Often even starting such an action can result in quick settlement.

Is Teleworking Really For You?

 Becoming a successful teleworker involves much more than just providing your service for someone else from  your home. Unless you are very lucky  and have reliable paying customers beating a path to your door you will spend at least as much time on other  tasks as you do actually working on service you set out to sell. If you are unwilling to do all these things that are so essential to success then perhaps teleworking is not for you. But if you can throw yourself into these activities with thoroughness and enthusiasm then you are likely to have a satisfying and enjoyable time.

Culled form numerous sites including Michael Trott ~ December 1999


 

Hillman Work Log: Internet Research - Assessing the Telework Situation & Potential
Wed 2000.03.22
7-10, 11-2 =                            6 hours
Thurs 2000.03.23
10am-12 =                                2 hours
Friday 2000.03.24
7am-10 & 11-4 6-8, 9-3am =  16  hours
Friday 2000.03.31
10 -12,                                         2 hours



 
LINKS TO RELATED HILLMAN WEBSITES
1. Masters Thesis
THE INTEGRATION OF MICROCOMPUTERS INTO THE 
HIGH SCHOOL LANGUAGE ARTS PROGRAMME 
 http://home.westman.wave.ca/~hillmans/thesis00.html

2. Published Reference Work: The Geography of Manitoba
 http://home.westman.wave.ca/~hillmans/strathwh.html

3. The Telecaster Journals
 http://home.westman.wave.ca/~hillmans/telshort.html

4. Practical Assignments to Facilitate Computer Integration
netsKool 101
http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/7992/netskool101.html
netsKool 222
http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/7992/netskool222.html
netsKool 333
http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/7992/netskool333.html

5. Two Graduation Presentations Dedicated to the 
    Graduates of My Computer Integration Programmes
seaQuest: Graduation 1994
http://home.westman.wave.ca/~hillmans/seagrad.html
ROOTS & WINGS: GRADUATION 1996
http://home.westman.wave.ca/~hillmans/grad96.html

6. Strathclair Community School Website (Created in 1996)
 http://www.mts.net/~scs/

7. A Sample Hillman Resume
 http://home.westman.wave.ca/~hillmans/hillman2.html
 

8. BILL & SUE-ON HILLMAN ECLECTIC STUDIO
 http://home.westman.wave.ca/~hillmans

BILL & SUE-ON HILLMAN ECLECTIC STUDIO
http://home.westman.wave.ca/~hillmans

e-Mail: hillmans@westman.wave.ca