Businesses get creative to help employees deal with skyrocketing fuel costs | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

Last week, Inc. featured an article that examined the methods being used by businesses to help workers deal with the cost of commuting. For the complete story by Melanie Brooks, click this link. Some businesses are being forced to raise prices and pass that along to consumers, but others are revisiting telecommuting options, changing work […]


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Last week, Inc. featured an article that examined the methods being used by businesses to help workers deal with the cost of commuting. For the complete story by Melanie Brooks, click this link. Some businesses are being forced to raise prices and pass that along to consumers, but others are revisiting telecommuting options, changing work […]
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Businesses get creative to help employees deal with skyrocketing fuel costs

Businesses get creative to help employees deal with skyrocketing fuel costs | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

Last week, Inc. featured an article that examined the methods being used by businesses to help workers deal with the cost of commuting. For the complete story by Melanie Brooks, click this link.

Some businesses are being forced to raise prices and pass that along to consumers, but others are revisiting telecommuting options, changing work hours (four long days instead of five short ones), offering incentives for use of mass transit or hybrid vehicles, or encouraging employees to purchase and ride bikes to work (by chipping in on the purchase). Alternative measures for employers can be found at this link.

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