Evidently there is a work from home program in Ramsey G&A to allow select IT personnel to work from home up to 3 days per week. This has had some success in Morristown and now they want to give it a try in Ramsey. How is someone selected for this and will it be rolled out to other IT and Corporate groups? What are the thoughts behind setting this program up? Is it to help save the environment by keeping commuters off the road? Improve employee morale and / efficiency? What I thought was ironic was that during our big NJ snow storm today, these select folks would not have to come into the office. It was a normal work day at home. Others not in this select group had to burn a discretionary day if they did not want to brave the weather. As it turned out, they allowed the NJ IS workers to go home at 1pm (after they closed the cafeterias and sent those workers home first). At least that gave an excuse to most of us who would otherwise feel guilty for not toughing it out for the entire day. While I'm on the subject of bad weather, what was up with the "normal" work day on the IS x3000 emergency line most of the day? What was normal was that many other businesses in the area closed for the day. There was much absenteeism in Ramsey today and driving was trecherous. How productive were our workers that commuted to the IS NJ facilities today vs those that connected and worked from home? For those that braved the elements and commuted to one of the Tri State area buildings, I hope you made it home safely.