|CTrides has added 194 businesses to our growing partner list. Businesses like Ikea, Travelers, Electric Boat, Yale New Haven Hospital and UCONN.
Companies who understand that providing commuting solutions for employees means more than just increased morale. It means increased productivity and decreased absenteeism. It means attracting the best and brightest talent in Connecticut. It means winning.
This year, it's all about you
|First CTrides Week a Success
Last May, commuters in Connecticut came together answering the rally cry from Governor Malloy and pledged to try a green commute during CTrides Week.
Workers carpooled, vanpooled, took buses or trains, walked, biked or telecommuted instead of driving alone to work.
They were joined by Hartford's Mayor Pedro Segarra, Senator Beth Bye and DEEP Commissioner Daniel C. Esty and followed by the television, radio, online and print media.
This year, it's your turn
Join the companies that are stepping into the ring by participating in this year's CTrides Week, May 13-17.
Encourage your employees to pledge a shared trip to work. Then allow us to highlight your efforts and accomplishments in the media.
Call us to participate or find out more at 1-877-CTrides or email us at info@CTrides.com
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|Creativity at DEEP
While caring about the environment in the 21st century is a pressing issue, green commuting initiatives can often be a tough sell for employees hesitant to change their
Connie Mendolia and Mary Sherwin from the Department of Energy and Environmental
Protection (DEEP) in Hartford have found creative ways for agencies across Connecticut to reap big benefits for their employees at low or no cost.