WORK FROM HOME
With advances in technology, working from home is revolutionizing the workplace. Telecommuting is defined as a work arrangement that allows an employee to conduct work during any part of regular paid hours at an approved alternative worksite (i.e. at home).
Around 90% of home-based workers say they are happier with the work/life balance even though they tend to work harder and longer.
- TELEWORK RESEARCH NETWORK, 2013 -
FLEXIBLE WORK SCHEDULE
Flexible scheduling options include flextime, compressed workweeks, and staggered start times or work shifts. By allowing employees to avoid rush hour traffic, these options help ensure that workers get to the job on time and less stressed.
LUNCH AND LEARN WORKSHOPS
If you’re a frequent public transit commuter, participating in a commuter benefit program, offered by your employer, saves you money and time.
RideECO is the commuter benefit program. ECO means Easy Commute Options that can save you time and money. RideECO allows employers and commuters to save by putting pre-tax dollars towards fares on many modes of alternative transportation.
WORK FROM HOME
minimizes travel time
GVF advocates to reduce traffic congestion by encouraging employees to utilize alternative transportation options, including flexible schedule and working from home. We practice what we preach by allowing our employees to have a flexible morning start and to work from home option. Does your employer allow you to work from home? If not contact Stacey Henrich today.