First - stop treating Telework like a cell phone plan - too many gimmicks to make sense of. For those that can telework 100% of the time, then let it begin. Others that can telework part of the time, then let it begin. Too many gimmicky controls imposed by those that can't trust staff make it a dull proposition. Add to telework, territorial embeddment of those staff that are structured territorially. To sit in a Regional Office hundreds of miles from an assigned territory, victim to failing travel budgets and pressing local needs, is inadequate management of dwindling resources. For those with territories more that 100 miles away, move them their. Eliminate travel costs, leasing costs, risks, overhead, and much much more.