telecommute

[tel-i-kuh-myoot]
verb (used without object), telecommuted, telecommuting.
to engage in telecommuting.

Origin:
1970–75; tele-1 + commute

telecommuter, noun
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Main Entry:  telecommute
Part of Speech:  v, n
Definition:  See telework
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Example sentences
If you're trying to convince your boss to let you telecommute, you quickly run
  into a data problem.
It lets employees work flexible hours and telecommute up to three days a week.
For those who telecommute from home for an entire day, the work trip in each
  direction is eliminated.
The survey tallied the number of personnel in each agency who are eligible to
  telecommute, and how many actually do telecommute.
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