Achieve High Employee Participation with RideSpring
"RideSpring has proved to be a very useful and popular employee benefit. Perhaps the most appealing aspect of the program is that it positively engages our employees to take an active role in improving their commute, as well as doing the right thing for our community and environment."
RideSpring works with organizations to:
- Achieve high employee participation in all commute alternatives: bike, carpool, transit, walk...
- Reduce commute program costs
- Reduce the administrative burden
- Obtain detailed measurable results, including parking savings and CO2 reduction
We work with our clients to build whatever level of employee participation they need to achieve their commute program goals.
Whether driven by a need to reduce parking demand, improve the daily commute for their employees with a useful and popular benefit, or to satisfy corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability requirements with measurable results, our clients have all found RideSpring to be a valuable partner that delivers the results they need on time and within budget.
Contact us today to find out more about how you can achieve high employee participation in your commute program with RideSpring.
- 12th September 2012. Gap features RideSpring commute program case study in Carbon Disclosure Project
- 24th July 2012. RideSpring CEO invited to participate in Transportation Technology Roundtable with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Silicon Valley Leadership Group
- 8th March 2012. RideSpring CEO speaks at Sustainability Leaders Forum: Employee Engagement 2.0 - Success Stories and the way ahead
RideSpring users at Fenwick & West
RideSpring administrators at Fenwick & West
City of Santa Cruz success with the RideSpring commuter program
Cracking the carpool conundrum: SAP's success story with the
RideSpring commuter program featured on CBS SmartPlanet
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