Employers Try to Ease Commute for Workers

Employers, such as George Mason University, wanting to help workers stave off the costs of commuting have gone as far as purchasing walking shoes and giving employees vans to drive home. Today's Fairfax Extra reports that employers are going beyond the usual subsidized transit pass, letting workers telecommute or from telecommuting work centers throughout the area. What are your tips for helping ease the commute?

By  |  July 6, 2006; 12:02 PM ET  | Category:  Transportation
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