Make getting to work a perk by tapping into no-cost employee vanpooling services

Brand Story – Access free employee vanpooling services from Get There Oregon, Commute with Enterprise, and partners to make commutes and work satisfaction better.

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Amid the many factors impacting organizational success is one pivotal cornerstone—your employees. Recruiting and retaining employees can be a challenge, and work satisfaction plays a big role. That includes the commute, which for many onsite employees has become longer and more costly.

Bring your workforce a smarter way to commute with vanpooling. Vanpools let employees (typically 4-15) who live near each other and have longer commutes (about 20+ miles) share the ride to work and the costs.

It’s a win-win that makes employee commutes better, serves as a retention and recruitment tool, and helps achieve other business goals.

Connect your employees with vanpooling services from Get There Oregon, local partners, and Commute with Enterprise—here’s how!


vanpooling benefitsTap into comprehensive employee vanpooling support services and tools at no cost:

icon1Get support putting together a turnkey and cost-effective employee program from Get There, local partners, and Commute with Enterprise.

icon2Match employees into vanpools using Oregon’s free online tool Get There Connect and onsite matching support services provided by Commute with Enterprise (see below).

icon3Connect employees with vehicle rental and maintenance, insurance, and roadside assistance from Commute with Enterprise (see below).

icon4Track and report real-time metrics, including vanpool participation, money saved, and reduced CO2 emissions using Get There Connect.

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Need help getting started? Contact Get There Oregon at [email protected]; 971-202-9758

You can download the above information as a PDF here.


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