Todd Wasserman’s article on Telecommuting describes the pro’s and con’s of working from home. I think Todd is right on the money when he describes how working from home can be good and bad. First of all, I know first-hand that most employees don’t always “work” when they are at work. Most people just sit around and pretend to be working until it’s time to go home. But, if employees were to work at home they would have to produce end results; which means they have to work and would not have room for excuses. On the other hand, people work better when they are physically together and able to share ideas. I still believe that soon many companies will want to have more employees work from home because it will help them save money and become more flexible/innovative. To read more about this article, click here.