Support Work Schedule Alternatives
Employer-sponsored flextime and telecommuting can help reduce traffic congestion, air pollution, and crowding on Metro during peak commuting times.
What are Work Schedule Alternatives?
The most common time-management options for employers are variable work hours also called flextime and compressed work week schedules. Flextime programs, in which employees are given the option of adjusting their arrival and departure times, are proven ways to reduce congestion at peak travel times. Compressed work schedules (such as a four-day, 40 hour work week) can eliminate commuting altogether one day a week for many employees. Companies with such programs report less absenteeism, fewer late employees, and less use of sick leave.
Advantages of Flextime and Compressed Work Schedules
How Commuter Connections Can Help Your Company
If you’re interested in setting up a flexible or compressed work schedule, Commuter Connections can help. Use our Employer Services Request Form or call us at 1-800-745-RIDE.