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Work Options

From Wi-Fi to Skype, you no longer have to travel to an office to get your work done. Whether it’s telecommuting or a compressed work schedule, there are quite a few work options that can transform your work day and your company.

Telework Webinar Series

Session 1: Strategies and Best Practices for Employers

Session 2: Collaborative Technologies for Telework

Session 3: Embracing Cultural Change to Support Teleworking


Working from home can be a great way to skip congested commutes. Plus, it can save you a lot of time and money.

Traditional “9 to 5” schedules mean people are traveling the roads at the same time each day – known as peak-hour travel times. By adjusting the time you start and end work, you can reduce congestion during rush hours, making everyone’s commute more manageable.

Why is telecommuting good for employees and employers?
  • It’s a great way to boost morale.
  • Studies show telework increases productivity.
  • It helps recruit the right employees with the skills you need.

Telecommuting is a good match for certain positions and certain employees. If your worksite is considering starting a telecommute program, Commute Connector can advise your company on the best way to structure and monitor it. Fill out a contact form or call us at (866) 585-RIDE (7433) to begin the conversation.

Compressed Work Week – What Does That Mean?

Changing the time your employees head to work by even one hour can have significant impacts on traffic patterns and productivity. If you’re considering changing your work schedule, we can help get you started. It’s a great way to reduce congestion and improve your carbon footprint.