1.INTRODUCTION Telework in Romania represents a relative new concept that has appeared as a product of good practices in some countries of the European Union and of North America. In the same time, the debates have had as a source conceptual approaches of some specialists from the academic field. Thus, globalization, the underlined tendency of informational and techno-scientific development have brought into awareness this modern and flexible way of work by means of the telephone. As George M. Piskurich states, the interest for this concept appeared during the process of knowing tele-nomadism, at the beginning of the 1970s in the American CTC firm from California. Some organizations use the concept of flexible work to describe programs and processes that are not traditional and that are related to the concept of tele-nomadism. The flexible work place, in which people go about their activity may include the living space and is a part of tele-nomadism. The people who work in offices or far away centres, each day, yet are present only on a virtual level, without being nomads, in the proper sense of the term, may be considered as employed in telework centres. As (Clegg, B., 1999) stated, telework is a socio-economic creation because: "innovation is applied to the idea of generation, (probably due to its new roots) especially when it comes to products, while creativity incorporates innovation as well as the task of solving problem..."