March 4, 2013 –WASHINGTON, D.C.–WorldatWork experts are available this week to answer questions on best practices and employer trends on telework. To schedule an interview, please contact Marcia Rhodes at (480) 304-6885 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who: Kathie Lingle, executive director for WorldatWork’s Alliance for Work-Life Progress, leads the alliance in its effort to define and acknowledge best practices and innovation, facilitate dialogue, and elevate work-life thought leadership.
Rose Stanley, work-life practice leader, is responsible for the development and delivery of various WorldatWork educational products and services such as certification courses, seminars, webinars, publications, forums, and conferences in the disciplines of work-life effectiveness programs, workplace flexibility, telework, and health and wellness programs. Ms. Stanley frequently blogs on these topics: http://www.worldatwork.org/waw/adimComment?id=71375&from=blog-worldatwork
What: Available to comment on National Telework Week.
When: National Telework Week – March 4, 2013-March 8, 2013.
Why: WorldatWork regularly collects data on telework trends. Please see our latest report “Telework 2011: A WorldatWork Special Report” for useful stats on telework that may be used when writing articles on telework trends.
How: To schedule an interview with either Ms. Lingle or Ms. Stanley, please contact Marcia Rhodes at (480) 304-6885 or Marcia.email@example.com
Other: WorldatWork will be hosting a Tweet Chat this Wed., March 6, at 1 pm EST on #telework. Rose Stanley @WorldatWork_RS will moderate the chat with telework experts Mika Cross @USDA and Cindy Auten, general manager, Mobile Work Exchange, @CinfyMWE. Members of the media are encouraged to attend, use hashtag #telework to follow the chat.
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