The State Personnel Administration in Atlanta, Georgia has met the Standard of Excellence and is named a Best Workplace for Commuters. A telework program eliminates an estimated 8 percent of employee commute trips and a compressed work week program eliminates approximately 10 percent of employee commute trips. Supporting benefits include an active membership in a TMA, rideshare matching, pretax transit and
Mercy General Hospital has met the Standard of Excellence and is designated a Best Workplace for Commuters. Mercy General Hospital offers a wide variety of commuter benefits to their employees. They offer transit and vanpool benefits and offer an incentive to those who choose to give up a parking spot. An emergency ride home is offered through the Sacramento Transit Management
The U.S. Department of State has met the Standard of Excellence and is designated a Best Workplace for Commuters. The U.S. Department of State is located in the Harry S. Truman Building. Providing leadership by offering high level commuter benefits, employees can take advantage of transit and vanpool benefits and telework and compressed work week options. Commuter Connections provides an Emergency Ride Home program.
PACCAR Inc. has met the Standard of Excellence and is designated a Best Workplace for Commuters. PACCAR, located in Bellevue, Washington offers employees a transit and vanpool benefit. They also offer carpool matching, preferred parking for carpools and vanpools, secure bicycle parking, showers, and lockers and an employee commuting awards program. PACCAR is a global technology leader in the design, manufacture
The City of Mesa, Arizona has met the Standard of Excellence and is designated a Best Workplaces for Commuters for eight worksites in the Mesa metropolitan area. The City of Mesa offers a transit subsidy, ridesharing and carpool matching, secure biycle parking, showers and lockers, and employee commuting awards program, compressed work schedules, incentive and other on-site amenities. Visit the City of
UNC Chapel Hill Department of Safety has met the Standard of Excellence and is designated a Best Workplace for Commuters. The Commuter Alternatives Program is a regionally and nationally-recognized program designed to encourage and reward UNC students, faculty, and staff who do NOT drive alone to campus. Alternative transportation supports UNC Sustainability Goals that also include reducing traffic congestion and the
Date: Nov 19, 2009 Time: 4:00 PM to 5:15 (EST) | 3:00 to 4:15 PM (CST) | 2:00 to 3:15 PM (MST) | 1:00 to 2:15 PM (PST). Duration: 1:15 This first BWC Spotlight web conference features Google‘s transportation program for its employees. OVERVIEW Google’s Transportation program was established in 2004 and includes numerous programs and incentives designed to encourage alternative