Could be a Case to Promote Work From Home Programs: Gas Prices Jump

Its more news in for the economy — gas prices are on the rise.

Its certainly an economic indicators – and its something that many of your employees are thinking about. Its not the only reason, but its one to help consider in designing a work from home or remote working  arrangement.

This blog is mainly just to focus on the fact that the prices are up. I’m not an economist, but I can’t help but to think that the prices would continue to go up in light of the upcoming Spring Break holiday — and then a few months after that, its Summer break. So once again, your peeps are thinking about this – even if they don’t have children in school or college.

Le’ts take a moment to prime the pump — can work from home programs work? What does a successful program look like?

This is a topic near and dear to me — so keep your eyes on the current events and do a little thinking about what you think about the topic and we’ll explore it more on the blog.

Making the HR Connection, yours, TheGirlinHR

NEW YORK, Feb 10 (Reuters) – The average price in the United States for a gallon of regular gasoline rose nearly 25 cents in the past two weeks, up steadily since December as refineries passed along their costs, a widely followed survey released on Sunday showed.

Gasoline prices averaged $3.5918 per gallon on Feb. 8, up 24.75 cents from Jan. 25, said Trilby Lundberg, editor of the Lundberg Survey.

“The amount of change is very big,” Lundberg said.

via Gas Prices Jump Nearly 25 Cents In Last 2 Weeks.

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