Skip to comments.Transit bucks for commuters coming to Bay Area workers by Sept. 30
Posted on 03/26/2014 4:09:50 PM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
Thousands of Bay Area workers will become eligible by Sept. 30 for a new commuter benefit that could save them hundreds of dollars a year if they take public transit or van pools to work.
Employers of 50 of more full-time workers within the nine Bay Area counties must start offering employees at least one of four kinds of assistance for commute alternatives to driving alone.
Companies that already offer a commuter benefit will not be required to expand their program, but they will have to file an annual report.
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Gee like more free stuff. What isn’t California already broke. Just wonder if they just will go to India and buy the people powered cabs.
This sounds like more nanny state control.
It may be a good idea to offer incentives and explore alternatives to driving to work alone, but, here we see that this is mandatory for certain businesses.
And those who already offer such programs still need to file an annual report. More bureaucratic paperwork, more time which your staff needs to spend complying with government regulations, rather than being productive in the business.
Hey pelosi hear that sucking sound thats just not you its your welfare state you and your fiends have created
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