Submission Purpose

Graduate Student Award Application

Submission Purpose

Main Conference

Type of Proposal

Paper: Empirical

Abstract

In this paper, the social and emotional experience of telecommuters working remotely in interdependent virtual teams is explored through a phenomenological inquiry into participants' lived experiences.

Keywords

Telecommuting, Virtual Teams, Workplace Learning

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FROM A DISTANCE: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE LIVED EXPERIENCE OF TELECOMMUTERS WORKING REMOTELY IN VIRTUAL TEAMS

In this paper, the social and emotional experience of telecommuters working remotely in interdependent virtual teams is explored through a phenomenological inquiry into participants' lived experiences.