Tips & Insights
The following one-pagers are intended to support employers on offering commute solutions and programming for employees.
Greener Commutes Sustainability Solutions
Sustainability is a big concern for businesses and governments today. Addressing transportation, including the commute, as a key part of sustainability offers substantial environmental gains and benefits. Drive alone commuting significantly adds to harmful air emissions and pollution, while contributing to both individual and organizational carbon footprints. By encouraging greener commute options, businesses and governments can reduce a sizable portion of their transportation-related emissions and impacts.
Lead the way in sustainability for a better today and tomorrow by empowering your employees to use greener commute options. Download this one-pager about how to turn employee commutes green and using free resources, tools, and services available from Get There Oregon and our partner network.DownloadDescargar
Better Commutes: Carpooling Solutions
Among the key factors impacting employee job satisfaction today, the commute is at the top of the list. Employee commutes have steadily gotten longer not only due to growing traffic congestion, but farther distances traveled for work. Skyrocketing fuel costs and inflation are taking more out of employee paychecks, too.
Supporting shared commute solutions like carpooling can give employers a competitive edge to retain and attract employees, especially on-site shift workers that can’t use transit or other options. Empower employees to carpool using free ridematching tools and support services from Get There Oregon and partners—here’s how!DownloadDescargar
Energize + Grow your Workforce!
Today, work satisfaction plays a big role in employee morale, productivity, and retention that broadly impacts operational performance and the bottom line. Perceived work experience can also hurt recruitment. Offering scalable, low-cost commute and remote work solutions to employees can serve many business needs.
Download this one-pager about why the commute matters for employers and what scalable, low-cost commute and remote work solutions can be offered to improve your employees’ commutes. Plus, get tips on how to get started and learn about free resources, tools, and services provided by Get There Oregon and partners.DownloadDescargar
Better Commutes Vanpooling Solutions
Amid the many factors impacting organizational success is one pivotal cornerstone—your employees. Recruiting and retaining employees can be a challenge, and work satisfaction today plays a big role. That includes the commute, which for many onsite employees has become longer and more costly.
Download this one-pager about turning commute problems into a competitive work perk by connecting your employees with vanpooling services provided by Get There Oregon, Commute with Enterprise, and local partners at no cost.DownloadDescargar
Workplace Wellness & Active Commutes
Today’s staffing issues make one thing clear: promoting and supporting your employees’ health is more important than ever. Supporting active commute options can improve employee health and wellness, as well as boost staff retention and talent recruitment. Download this one-pager about the benefits of active commuting for both employers and employees and how to build support, benefits, and perks into your workplace wellness efforts.DownloadDescargar
Recruitment, Retention + Employee Commute Pain & Hybrid Work Top Oregon Employer Priorities, Survey Says
“Commute pain”—the stress and hassle of the commute— was revealed in a survey as a top priority for employers relative to recruitment and retention, followed by supporting remote work. Get There Oregon conducted an online survey among HR professionals in the first quarter of 2022 to gauge top operations and workforce issues and to determine how employee commute concerns rate as priorities for organizations.DownloadDescargar
The Future of Work and Reinventing the Status Quo
Until 2020, many questioned if remote work was worthwhile or even possible. Yet, it succeeded with minimal preparation, busting myths and illuminating new possibilities for how we work. Get There takes an in-depth look into the lessons 2020 taught us about remote work and rethinking work and what’s next for managers and workers. We tapped Global Workplace Analytics, a national consultancy specializing in modernizing workplace strategies, to breakdown how ardently held remote work myths around productivity, connectivity, and culture are being dispelled as a new status quo for how, when, and where work gets done takes shape.
Amid the myriad of factors impacting business performance is one pivotal cornerstone upon which success heavily depends: the employee. Get insights on powering up employee experience to boost productivity and agility, leveraging gamification and the October Get There Challenge.
Digital Business and Traffic Reduction
COVID-19 has triggered a digital business evolution across all types of industries. New business possibilities for going beyond business as usual are being revealed that offer an array of benefits—even lessening traffic through the trip not taken. Get insights on digital business strategies from Providence Health & Services in this month’s Get There story featured in Oregon Business Magazine.
The Future of Remote Work and Digital Business Transformation
Tap into insights from Comcast and Deloitte on leveraging remote work to fuel your organization’s performance and growth in this month’s Get There story featured in Oregon Business Magazine. Remote work, they say, can help foster a workplace culture that puts businesses ahead on delivery, innovation, and recruiting top talent.
The Economics of Traffic and Shifting Business Norms
COVID-19 has caused a lot of disruption, but it’s illuminated the advantages of new business norms like remote work. ODOT’s Get There initiative dives into how new mindsets and practices enable businesses to boost productivity, reduce costs and grow. Plus, senior economists with ECONorthwest breakdown the economic and business costs of traffic congestion driven by population and job growth.DownloadDescargar