Washington D.C. Users Escape Industry-Leading Commute TimesWASHINGTON, D.C.--It’s official. According to a study by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, Washington, D.C. has the worst commute time in the nation. Specifically, auto commuters were delayed 67 hours on the road in 2011. Yes, 67 hours.
Indeed, if there any question in your mind about how your commute time in Washington, D.C. impacts your productivity this study answers them beyond the shadow of any doubt. You ... Read more
Federal Survey Points to Benefits of TelecommutingWASHINGTON, D.C.-In yet another study that validates the benefits of telecommuting, the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board has concluded that telecommuting can help organizations reach their mission. Virtual office solutions can play a key role.
The report, “Telework: Weighing the Information, Determining an Appropriate Approach,” relies on survey data from fed... Read more
Federal Employees Love Virtual Office Space
Federal employees are chomping at the bit to work from home. A whopping 93 percent of federal employees believe telecommuting would making working for the government more desirable. So says a recent study from FedScoop.
What’s more, the survey reveals that federal employees believe telecommuting would save them time and money. Specifically, 69 percent said telecommuting would boost productivity while 76 percent said it would improve thei...