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Advancement in information technology and communication are the tools that improve the relationship between organizations and stakeholders. In fact, technological advancement has changed the boundary of traditional jobs in terms of period of time and place that a task should be accomplished. Teleworking is one of these changes that is based on using computer to handle the tasks out of the office. Current study evaluated job satisfaction and productivity of teleworking and non-teleworking employees in a statistical population of all the staff of Ministry of Cooperation, Labor and Social Welfare by adapting Dante’s job satisfaction questionnaire and Hersi and Gold Smith productivity questionnaire to compare a sample of 240 people that was chosen by random, consisted of 120 in-office staff and 120 telecommunication staff working in this Ministry. The research method used was descriptive and the data were analyzed by applying the discriminate function. The results illustrate that the achieved discriminate function in both teleworking and non-teleworking employees have the suitable distinguishing power to predict the variance, also the average of job satisfaction and job productivity in teleworkers are more than those of non-teleworkers.