The global pandemic caused by the emergence of COVID-19 has changed nearly everything about American life, both professionally and personally. The virus has been enormously disruptive to workplaces across a broad spectrum of industries and occupations.Read more
As employers build their return-to-workplace strategies, they’re quickly realizing that a safe return-to-workplace plan is only as safe as their commute plan. Amidst all the planning, the impact of COVID-19 on various transportation modes is raising new safety and equity challenges regarding the employee commute:Less than 30% of the U.S. Read more
This post discusses content from the June 12, 2020 webinar Today’s HR imperative: A safe and equitable employee commute. This webinar was part three of three of the Future of the American Commute webinar series hosted by Scoop.Read more
As an aftermath to the death of George Floyd and as part of the larger Black Lives Matter movement, you have probably seen companies post public statements of solidarity on LinkedIn and across other social media.Read more
On May 19th and 20th, more than 400 Transportation Demand Management (TDM) experts gathered virtually from around the world to attend Luuminary20, the inaugural event celebrating the organizations and partners laying the groundwork for the future of mobility through innovative commute and parking policies.Read more
As the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to evolve and governments begin to roll back their shelter-in-place restrictions, commuters across the country have an arduous first task ahead of their return to the workplace: solving for the commute.
Over the past month, Scoop’s Research Team has been working hard as part of the country’s first wave of research analyzing how COVID-19 is impacting how employees feel about commuting.Read more