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- Your Work, Your Way: Telework and Compressed Work Week
What counts as teleworking? Work from home or a satellite location less than 50% of your normal trip into the office. Examples of satellite locations include office hoteling spaces, shared offices spaces, libraries, and coffee shops.
Check out our telework resources to decide if teleworking suits you, your position and how your employer can support you.
What counts as compressed work weeks (CWW)? A compressed work week gives you the benefit of an extra day off by allowing you to work your usual number of hours in fewer days per pay period. Work four 10-hour days each week and then enjoy a three-day weekend or work 80 hours in nine days with an extra day off every other week.
Check out our CWW resources to decide if a compressed work schedule suits you, your position and how your employer can support you.
To be eligible for prizes, you must log at least 5 telework days or work a compressed work schedule resulting in at least two additional days off using the Online Trip Calendar by Tuesday, March 7.
First-time trip loggers will need to create an account on the Pierce Trips trip tracking calendar.
Keep yourself on track to qualify by creating a pledge to telework or work a compressed schedule this February. Folks who set and complete a pledge between January 1 and March 31 will be entered into a prize drawing for a $20 or $25 gift card! Create a pledge on the Pierce Trips Calendar today (scroll under calendar).
Do you cuddle up with your fido friend while teleworking, or go on hikes on your days off? Share what you enjoy due to your telework or compressed work week arrangement on social media and tag #PierceTrips to enter our prize drawing!