There’s nothing more painful than struggling to find parking at the end of a long commute. Whether you’re circling the crowded lot at work trying to find a space, or backing up into a microscopic spot on a busy city street, parking can easily become one of the more frustrating aspects of owning a car.
A whopping 90% of HR executives believe that technology will transform how they operate, but less than half say they have adequate resources to bring about meaningful changes. How does your organization stack up?
Annually, the average employee’s commute adds up to a staggering nine days, according to the latest Census data. That just about reaches the national 10-day vacation day policy that thousands of employers provide every year.
By prioritizing shared commuting for their workforce, employers can begin to function as a component of circularity and cascade impact from within their organization on the individual level to communities and systems beyond the office.
Transit deserts, regions without adequate transportation, are currently left out of the future of mobility. Here’s how they are affecting economic success and why they need to be included in transportation discussions.
As one of our newest Engineering team members, we sat down with Allxie Cleary to learn more about her journey prior to joining Scoop and what it’s like to be part of the team today.
Wellness is an integral part of the employee experience that keeps people coming back into the office every day. Take a look at these 5 simple ways you can promote a healthier workforce this month.
The Scoop app couldn’t create efficient carpools if it weren’t for our matching algorithm. Today, we chatted with Robert Regue, Data and Matching team lead (AKA our master match-maker) to learn more about his role.
We’re excited to share that the American Business Awards selected Scoop as Bronze Stevie Award for medium-sized Transportation Company of the Year! We truly couldn’t be more proud to be recognized as leaders in mobility.