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2.5-year snapshot: remote work in metro Atlanta
In Fall 2022, Atlanta Regional Commission and Georgia Commute Options conducted another installment of ongoing survey research about the metro region’s workforce to better understand their remote work experience. The results are finally in from our data team! This latest effort uncovered important data about evolving employee expectations for work post-COVID-19 as well as an […]
The Four-Day Workweek Trends as a Recipe for Employee, Business Success
Employees and businesses around the U.S. and worldwide are saying goodbye to business as usual, and hello to more productivity and better work-life balance with a revised approach to the modern workweek: Getting a week’s worth of work done in four days. The concept of a four-day workweek—also known as a compressed workweek—is not new; […]
Has Your Company Defined Its Relationship With Work?
Keeping Employees Guessing on Workday Expectations Could be at the Root of Your Recruitment, Retention Problems It’s been nearly two years since we first learned of the Great Resignation, and employees still have quitting—one way or another—on the brain. Research from Wisetail/Onepoll released in July 2022 suggests that another wave is impending. Drafted resignation letters, […]
Three Very Common Hybrid Work Challenges (and How to Solve Them)
Over the past couple of years, hybrid work has exploded in popularity, but as a result new challenges for organizations have begun to pop up. The challenge for many companies is managing flexibility, communication and a more coordinated use of resources across physical and virtual environments without set office hours. Unfortunately, there is no one-size-fits-all solution […]
Where I Ride
Biketober is in full swing here in Metro Atlanta! Now that you have gotten your bike rolling, you may be looking for a new place to ride. That is where our partners at the PATH Foundation come in! The PATH Foundation has been serving Metro Atlanta since 1991, and they have been a part of […]
Smart Growth: The Future of Sustainable Transportation
With rising concerns about climate change, companies are taking actions to raise the bar on corporate sustainability practices. Efforts shouldn’t only be limited to paper straws and reusable cups. Improvements to employee commuting can significantly boost your sustainable impact. While employees make their own choices about how to commute, the decisions you make around Transportation […]
Going for Gold: DeKalb County Addresses Transportation Challenges to Achieve ‘Green Community’ Goals
In 2006, DeKalb County made a commitment through the Atlanta Regional Commission’s (ARC) Green Communities Program to reduce its environmental impact. Ever since, a taskforce of DeKalb County employees, including Gordon Kenna and Angelo Teachout, have been charged with implementing actionable measures to reduce the county government’s carbon footprint while fostering a healthier and more […]