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Greetings employers, 
 
We hope this message finds you well. We know this is a trying time of pain and loss for many, so I hope these resources are helpful to you, your team, and your workplace. Though we work with companies of all sizes, we want to give a little extra to those small to medium size businesses finding their way through uncertainty and transition. We previously opened nomination forms for 'Essential Businesses' to receive "Safe Commute Care Packages." Now, we are expanding those nominations for ANY small to medium size workplace in San Mateo County that is re-opening. (if you've already nominated an essential business, please note that your care-package will be distributed soon.)

Stay safe and strong, 
Virada & Rebecca
virada@commute.org
rebecca@commute.org
Request a Safe Commute Care Package
for your employees returning to work
Is your workplace re-opening? Nominations are now open to any small or medium size workplaces located in San Mateo County to receive a Safe Commute Care Package* for their employees commuting into the office.
*While supplies last

Best Workplaces for Commuters
Applications Now Open!
(yes, telecommuting qualifies)
Commute.org is proud to announce that our friends at Best Workplaces for Commuters (BWC) is now accepting 2021 applications for employers providing excellent commuter benefits to their employees. Members receive national recognition and access to training and additional resources, including professional certifications and networking opportunities. The designation is also a great recruiting tool for attracting future employees seeking progressive employers. Tailored programs are available for workplaces, multiple-employer work sites, and universities.  Application deadline is Nov. 30, 2020. Start getting the most out of your commuter benefits program by applying to BWC today!
Fill out this survey for a chance to win $100
We are partnering with the Center for Advanced Hindsight at Duke University to learn more about how peoples' experiences with teleworking have changed in response to Shelter at Home orders, and how teleworking is affecting life and work.

The survey will inform future remote working policies to potentially provide traffic relief for cities, improve quality of life for workers, improve productivity and reduce costs for employers. The more answers we receive, the better we can understand how unprecedented levels of remote work is changing work and commute habits, so please take the survey and share it with others.



We appreciate you forwarding this survey to your employees. Respondents will be entered into a drawing for one of three $100 VISA gift cards.
Working Together to Improve Our San Mateo County Commute
Please share with your staff and let us know how we can help! Thanks for your support.