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Staffing agencies run vanpools from their offices to job sites, increasing revenue in exchange for guaranteeing consistent job attendance.

Staffing agencies run vanpools from their offices to job sites, increasing revenue in exchange for guaranteeing consistent job attendance.

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Mitch commented on Safe Shift

Some guidance on measuring employee retention (or turnover mitigation), based on previous pilots that have operated with a public-private partnership:

Given the assumed short-term run of a pilot program, you'll want to focus on predictive metrics which, for the employer, are easy to come by and comfortable to report out on. Generically, that would most likely be:
- Absenteeism
- Tardiness
- Shifts filled

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Mitch commented on We're Here!

Another great submission from a Mobiliti workshop squad, inclusive of local residents, employers, CMU students, and transit & tech providers. Go team!

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Mitch commented on Truck It

Good thought Matt -- this idea was submitted on behalf of a working group during a co-design workshop hosted by Boston Consulting Group and the city of Pittsburgh, aimed to solve for the labor shortage by giving low-access residents supplemental transit options and showing employers the ROI of directly investing in those options.

I can say the local residents' input at the event revealed a lot of demand for shuttle options such as Squire (price point notwithstanding).

I'd be happy to connect you with the cross-functional team that developed this idea. I'll point them here to sign up and get a conversation going, but you should also ping me via my profile's email address so I can make a direct connection.