NIH Telework Program
Are you tired of driving around looking for a parking space? Spending hours in traffic jams on the beltway? Not getting your project completed because of constant interruptions? Telework can be a good solution for these and many other issues, whether you work from home or a telework center, and whether you do so every day, once a week, once a month, or a few times a year.
The resources on this website will help you explore telework at NIH, decide whether telework is a good option for you or your employees, and learn more about working with and managing teleworkers.
NIH Telework Festival
Supporting Scientific Discovery from Offsite Locations – TELEWORK!
The NIH Telework & Flexible Work Schedules Workgroup presented the NIH Telework Festival on Tuesday, November 22, 2011. Through informative workshops, demonstrations and exhibits employees learned about the key drivers that support the use of telework at the NIH.
- Supporting employee work/life balance
- Improving ability of NIH to retain high quality staff
- Maintaining NIH performance during emergency situations without reducing productivity
- Decreasing traffic congestion caused by Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC)
- Meeting DHHS and NIH sustainability goals
- Opening Ceremony Videocast
- Includes "A Day in the Life of a Teleworker" skit
- Telework - Manage the Work, Not the Time - Dr. Lawrence Tabak Speech
- Making Telework Work for YOU Videocast
- How to Keep the Mission Moving and Driving towards Excellence Videocast
- Teleworks: A Business Case Built From Personal Experience - David Whitmer
- Teleworking: Making it Work - Laurie Tompkins, Ph.D .
- Using Telework as a Tool - Cindy Auten
- Telework at NIAAA: How it is working in the Office of Science Policy and Communications - Vivian B. Faden, Ph.D
- Telework Program After BRAC - Bobbie Sanders
- DoD Telework Goal: A Workplace Flexibility Tool - Pamela J. Budda