Businesses in the Houston-Galveston region implement telework as a strategy to reduce traffic congestion, greenhouse gas emissions, and real estate costs while remaining competitive in the workforce. Studies have also shown that formal telework programs can increase employee productivity, morale, and work-life balance.
Telework is also an important tool for business continuity and resiliency. It can be a vital component of continuity planning should emergencies (e.g. health crisis, weather emergency, etc.) make conventional commuting difficult. Teleworking can also be an important strategy for reducing corporate costs such as office space and employee parking. For many businesses, working from home also improves employee morale.
Larger employers with a diverse workforce may be eligible for a no-cost consultation with our expert team and receive a custom implementation plan and resources.
Also, consider registering for upcoming telework webinars or reviewing some from the past:
Special Guests, Elham Shirazi (E-Commuting) and Allison Velleca (AECOM) and H-GAC’s Deborah Mayfield.
This session will provide an insight into the latest trends and practices that impact the hybrid environment (having a schedule that allows employees to work at home a few days a week and few days in the office). We will also provide solutions to challenges that have become apparent during the pandemic version of teleworking and highlight best practices for teleworkers and managers.
Special Guests, John Tran, IT Manager at H-GAC and Virtual Q joined us to discuss arming your teams with a safe and secure virtual environment for remote collaboration.
This session will provide an overview of telework programs, highlight the latest data trends in the Houston region, and how companies will leverage telework programs into the future.