Thursday, July 17, 2008

Telecommuting Inspiration: $400K In Savings, Anyone?

If you're looking for a success story, try this one on for size. PCWorld is running a two part story about a company that shut down its traditional offices and sent every single employee home to work. Chorus, a tech company that provides clinical practice management software, went virtual and estimates they'll save $400,000 a year by not having offices.

Oh, and they're still conducting their core business.

Never mind the money they're saving their employees by offering them a way to be gainfully employed without driving their cars a zillion miles round-trip from the office to the poorhouse.

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