Life Meets Work Co-sponsors a Tele Work Based Event in Chicago
11/25/2010

Life Meets Work is a workplace consultancy which is co-sponsoring an event based on Tele work wherein local businesses will share their tele-working success stories with other business owners. The event will be organized on December 7 between 8.30 AM-12:00 PM at Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP).

Online PR News – 25-November-2010 – – Life Meets Work is a workplace consultancy which is co-sponsoring an event based on Tele work wherein local businesses will share their tele-working success stories with other business owners. The event will be organized on December 7 between 8.30 AM-12:00 PM at Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP).

The event is named as “Telework: The Triple Bottom Line-People, Profits, Planet”, that has its main focus on providing awareness among organizations about the benefits of tele-working on their employees, their business as well as on the planet.

“The success stories related to tele-working will give you a brief about how it is helping the environment by reducing the consumption of fuel used for commuting to and fro from the office. The organized event will help the businesses to win over their employees and thereby over the competitors to get a higher position in the Chicago region”, says Kyra Cavanaugh, President, Life Meets Work.

The featured speakers for the event will be State Sen. Pamela Althoff (Co-chair State Environmental Caucus), State Rep. Michael Tryon (Member Environment & Energy, Mass Transit Committees), Mayor David Pope, and Oak Park (Chairman, Clean Air Counts) and leaders from area Fortune 500 corporations.

For more information about Life Meets Work and about this upcoming event, please visit the site (www.lifemeetswork.com) now!