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Telework idea branches out

Some federal employees passing through Washington's L'Enfant Plaza
on their way to work earlier this month got some payback for their commute,
as part of a promotion by the public-private Telework Exchange.
As a way to attract attention to telework (with the theme, 'Time is
Money, and Money Doesn't Grow on Trees') commuters got to pluck as
many $2 bills from stocked trees as they could in five seconds. They
then got information on the costs of commuting.


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