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.