Gov. Deal touts ‘Telework Week’ this week
by MDJ staff
12:00 AM, Tuesday, March 03
This week is “Telework Week,” according to Gov. Nathan Deal. The announcement is an attempt to entice people to work from home and stay off the roads to reduce traffic, according to a proclamation Deal signed. “Teleworking can have an immediate im...

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