New Jersey Smart Workplaces

1 Aug

Do you go the extra mile to help your employees get to work? Do you sponsor programs that help reduce traffic and improve air quality? Do you offer high-quality commuter benefits, such as transit information, traffic alerts, free or low cost bus passes, strong telecommuting programs, carpooling matching, vanpool subsidies, or other services? Do you reward employees who walk or bike to work?

Then you might be qualifying for the New Jersey Smart Workplace Recognition. Greater Mercer TMA encourages you to apply (or renew your application) for the New Jersey Smart Workplaces program — click here for the online registration.

New Jersey Smart Workplaces (NJSW) recognizes and honors employers who help reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality by providing commuter benefits to employees. Employers are recognized at one of four levels of achievement: bronze, silver, gold or platinum based upon the programs offered at the worksite. The program is a voluntary partnership of participating employers, the North Jersey Transportation Planning Association and the state’s Transportation Management Associations (TMAs). Greater Mercer TMA is the program’s coordinator in Mercer and Ocean counties.

Nominations for the 2014 NJSW awards are now being accepted. NJSW awardees will be recognized at Greater Mercer TMA’s Annual Meeting in October. For more information on the program contact Aly Dyson at adyson@gmtma.org.

Smart Workplace winners are recognized and awarded every year at GMTMA’s Annual Luncheon.

See our list of 2013 Awardees.

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