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Hawaii Homeworkers/ Telecommuting: What you need to know

State of Hawaii. The state Department of Transportation encourages employers to allow workers to telecommute from home or satellite work centers to avoid traffic congestion and pollution.
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Honolulu.The county and city of Honolulu have voluntary telecommuting programs for employees mostly from workers' homes rather than at centralized work centers.

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Telecommuting allows employees to work part or all of their standard workweek from a remote location, seamlessly “commuting” by e-mail, cellular phones, and fax machines. What does it mean to you the employer? "
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