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The New Commute: Employers Leading the Way webinar

  • Starts
    Wednesday September 20, 2017 02:00 PM
  • Ends
    Wednesday September 20, 2017 03:00 PM
  • Ticket Price
    Free
  • Max Attendees
    100 (100 left)
  • Address
    Unspecified
About The Event

With 25 million U.S. workers spending 90+ minutes getting to
and from work*, commutes clog roadways, stifle productivity and hinder
recruiting and retention. Trailblazing companies are reversing the trend by
giving commuters alternatives to driving alone. Facilities and transportation
thought leaders will share their success strategies for creating a vibrant
commuting culture that promotes public transit, reduces parking demand and
reduces stress. Whether you’re planning a commuter program or expanding one,
you’ll takeaway concrete ideas to drive growth and sustainability. In this live
webinar, speakers will explore:




  • Trends from the 2017
    Best Workplaces for Commuters

  • Tips for serving
    multi-modal commuters via public and private transit, vanpool, carpool,
    car sharing and biking/bike sharing

  • Advice for starting or
    expanding a commuter program



 



The speakers will be Danielle Glaser, RideIn Employee
Transportation Coordinator, Global Workplace Services with WeDriveU at LinkedIn

and



Lauren Bennett,  Associate Manager, Transportation
with Salesforce
.  The session will be moderated by Julie Bond with
Best Workplaces for Commuters.



 



This free webinar will be held on September 20, 2017
2:00 PM EDT 
and pre-registration
is required
.



It will be recorded and available on www.bestworkplaces.org soon after.



 



Who should attend? Facilities, operations,
transportation and employee services professionals; TMAs and other regional
transportation partners and economic development organizations.



*”Reclaim Your Commute,” May–June 2017, Harvard Business
Review.



 



Space is limited so register soon.



 



REGISTER



 (Register at: 

https://cutr.adobeconnect.com/new-commute/event/event_info.html



This webinar is co-sponsored by Best Workplaces for
Commuters
and WeDriveU.



 



 


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