President’s Corner
TelCoa thanks U.S. Representatives Jim Himes, Rosa DeLauro, and Elizabeth Esty for introducing the Multi-State Worker Tax Fairness Act, H.R. 4085, 113th Congress. We strongly support this crucial legislation. The bill would finally eliminate the telecommuter tax, a steep penalty often resulting in double taxation of income that interstate telecommuters earn at home. The telecommuter tax unfairly burdens telecommuters and their employers and limits telework adoption. Congress must make the Multi-State Worker Tax Fairness Act law! TelCoa and other advocates are working to secure the bill’s enactment, but we need your help! >>> Read More...
Guest Columnist
4 Great Examples of Telework’s Impact by: Brie Weiler Reynolds As champions of telecommuting and flexible work options for all, we certainly don’t have to tell TelCoa readers about the benefits of telework--we all know and love them. But as organizations like ours work to spread awareness of, and support for, flexible ways of working, it’s really important to remember the individuals for whom we work--the millions of professionals whose lives would be positively impacted by more access to telework and flexible jobs. At 1 Million for Work Flexibility, we hear daily from supporters about why they support the expansion of flexible work options for all. Here are four great examples of why work flexibility, including telework, is vitally important to individuals, to companies, and to society. >>> Read the entire blog at...
Hot Topics & Links
"Working from home not for everyone, but it can still be a 'win-win' for many workers and employers" is an article in the Cleveland Plain Dealer featuring TelCoa President Chuck Wilsker and Advisory Board member Diane Stegmeier. For the complete article, > click-here... -------------------------

Nicole Belson Goluboff, Esq.

Nicole Belson Goluboff, an attorney in New York, is a nationally recognized advocate for pro-telework legislation and policies.  She has worked with lawmakers and the public to advance measures that would eliminate barriers to telework and facilitate its growth.  She was the winner of the Telework Coalition 2006 Hall of Fame Award for Legislative Advocacy to Benefit Teleworkers Nationwide.

Nicole is the author of The Law of Telecommuting (ALI-ABA 2001) and The Law of Telecommuting Supplement (ALI-ABA 2004).  These books, described in the 2008 issue of Employment Law Strategist as the “seminal work” on telework law, examine how the laws that typically apply to employment relationships apply differently when employees work off-site, either occasionally or full-time.  According to Lawyers Weekly USA, The Law of Telecommuting “treads carefully and thoroughly through the thicket of regulations, tax incentives and labor laws that affect telecommuting….  For attorneys who want to keep their business clients out of trouble, [the book] is an invaluable guide.”

Nicole is also the author of Telecommuting for Lawyers (ABA 1998), which addresses telework as a law practice management strategy, and over 50 articles on telework.  Her articles have appeared in The New York Times, The New York Law Journal, The National Law Journal and numerous other legal and non-legal publications.  She has made many presentations on telework and has been cited as an authority on the topic in such publications as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Times, The New York Law Journal,, Business Week online and  Her work has also been cited in court, congressional and policy papers.  She is a graduate of Columbia University Law School and Columbia University, Columbia College.  She can be reached at

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