Drive Less. Save More.
As many as 85% of chain store employees commute past closer company locations. It's a hardship for them and their company and dramatically increases traffic congestion.
One retailer, in one city, can reduce traffic by 12 million miles and CO2 by 6500 tons in just one year. What if they all did?
What We Do
Commute Matters improves employee retention by optimizing workforce commuting.
Mission: Commute Optimization
Our SaaS solution helps multi-site businesses optimize their workforce by location. When employees work closer to home, costs go down, especially from turnover. Workers are happier and more productive. Customer service is better. Employee and customer loyalty improves.
Mission: Build and retain a stronger workforce
Studies show that companies experience significant benefits when workers enjoy shorter commutes:
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Mission: Shorter Commutes
Employees who work closer to where they live experience a significant increase in quality of life.
What would you do with an extra 2.5 hours/week from having a shorter commute! Tell us your story.
Mission: Reduce congestion. Improve quality of life for all.
Commute Optimization Benefits Everyone!
We cannot build our way out of traffic. Call or Email us to see how we can help your community.
How We Do It
Workforce Commute Optimization
We identify those at greatest risk of commute related turnover. By optimizing those commutes, and relocating workers to closer stores, companies retain their more experienced workers and save on recruiting, hiring and training costs. They also increase employee engagement and morale while reducing absenteeism and tardiness; all of which yields increased productivity and better customer service.
The opportunity is bigger than you think and can impact us all.
Retail, Restaurant & Hospitality
There are over 26M retail, food and hospitality workers in the US. Most of these workers live closer to 3 to 6 other company locations than the one where they work. We match employees by position, with closer store locations. It's a huge benefit to them with an immediate positive impact to the community and the bottom line.
In most cities, banks operate dozens of branches. As a customer, we go to the closest branch. Their tellers aren't so lucky. One study shows they have an average of 10 closer locations. By using Commute Matters' commute optimization technology, banks can allow more employees to work closer to home and save millions in turnover costs while offering better customer service.
Cities worldwide are looking for solutions to traffic congestion and the impact on air quality. While ridesharing and mass transit help some, what if commuters didn't have to travel as far to work? Commute Matters can reduce most commutes to between 5 miles or less, reducing millions of miles of traffic on our roads, and making it easier for employees to bike, walk, or use public transportation.
Who We Are
Meet the team behind the dream
Founder & President
Bonnie is the driving force and inspiration behind Commute Matters. She worked with industry experts in developing a system that puts control in the hands of business to reduce commuting, benefiting both employees and communities, while simultaneously driving profits.
Reid has been helping technology companies grow revenue and market share for over 20 years. He's an experienced executive who's led sales and operational strategy for both startups and multi-million dollar companies. He's passionate about the advances technology can bring to our lives and our communities.
Aaron has been designing software, leading teams and training new developers for over 20 years. He specializes in fast paced data driven environments. Aaron co-designed and built our patent pending software system and the client interface.
Mark is a seasoned communications specialist who spent nearly a decade on Capitol Hill as a technology and telecommunications advisor in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. His areas of expertise include startup economics, wireless technology, and social media communications.