Nearly a quarter of workers say they have left a job because of the commute.1 The resources here can help you set up a worksite transportation program to best serve your employees. They can also help you comply with the Bay Area Commuter Benefits Program.
Commute Programs for Your Worksite and Workforce
Here are resources to assess which commute trip reduction strategies are the best to implement at your work place.
To support commuters returning to worksites during COVID-19, the Association for Commuter Transportation developed these recommendations for all commute modes.
Teleworking - Make it Permanent!
As shelter in place is relaxed in the Bay Area, consider the pros of a strong work-from-home culture by checking out these resources:
Best Work Places for Commuters' Telework Certificate Program
Best Work Places for Commuters' Helpful Guidelines for Employers and Employees
Association for Commuter Transportation's recommendations for supporting commuters returning to worksites during COVID-19.
Gallup survey: About six in 10 managers reported that those they managed were working from home. Around 52% say they will allow their employees to work remotely more often as a result of the experience.
Gartner study: 74% of CFOs intend to shift some employees to remote work permanently following COVID-19 pandemic.
Global Workplace Analytics survey: More employees want to continue working from home.
Commute.org's Telework TipSheet
1 Cynthia Kong, Nearly One-Quarter Of Workers Have Left A Job Due To A Bad Commute, According To Robert Half Survey, (Robert Half, 2018)