If your company is continuing to leak talent despite competitive salaries and benefits, here are some common mistakes you might be making.
“Someday” seemed like forever away but you went ahead and learned it because you had to. And aren’t you glad you did? Knowing math really is useful when you’re trying to stretch a household budget.
When was the last time you took public transportation? For 65% of Americans the answer is “never.” According to the Pew Research Center, only 11% of Americans take public transportation on a daily or weekly basis, despite substantial benefits like helping riders save money and reduce their carbon footprint. For students, the elderly and riders with disabilities, public transit can also offer a degree of independence they might not otherwise have.
This is Texas! We love the open road, we love our vehicles and we love our independence. It’s a big state so the thought of taking a several-hour road trip to hear a band in Austin or go fishing in East Texas is no big deal.
If you’ve been thinking of enrolling your company in DART’s ePass program for the first time, here’s what you need to know.
Watch this video to see how DART’s annual employer pass is helping ease the strain for several employers who are feeling the parking pinch. (And we all know the problem isn't just parking in downtown Dallas.)
HR directors and managers are well aware of the high cost of employee turnover, not only in the price of training but also the opportunity costs that come with the time and energy spent wading through tons of resumes looking for the right person. So, what’s the secret for attracting the right talent and retaining your best employees?
You probably work with one, work for one, or maybe even are one. Millennials are the largest and most influential generation in decades—and they are changing how we work, where we live and even how we commute.
Millennials now comprise 1 in 3 members of the workforce. By 2020, they will be 50% of the global workforce. Here are three things you need to know about millennials when it comes to transportation, the workplace, and how to keep them engaged.
Commuting would be soooooo much easier if we could just strap on a personal jetpack and fly right over all the traffic. It could combat that problem of chronic tardiness (although the downside would be helmet hair).
Tired of playing time cop? 13% of employees report being late to work at least once a week. Maybe it’s just a habitual offenders who are the problem, but chronic tardiness can be a drain on employee productivity and a company’s bottom line. While the unpredictable can happen (rescued a kitten, flushed your keys, smashed your finger), there are some late-for-work excuses that show up time after time.
It should be no surprise that rush hour traffic is the #1 excuse for being late. A 2015 survey of over 2,500 hiring and human resource managers conducted by on behalf of CareerBuilder found that traffic was blamed for 53% of the excuses.