Hanging Out With HYPE - Telecommuting into Connecticut’s Future

May 08, 2020

The COVID-19 response has greatly increased telecommuting and home based work arrangements. This was an abrupt and important shift in work behavior in response to a crisis, but what are the long term impacts? How can companies, employees, and others learn from this experience and forge a more sustainable future?

Join the Transportation Climate Initiative on Tuesday, May 12th for Telecommuting into Connecticut’s Future. Featured speakers include:

  • Russell McDermott, CTrides, Program Director
  • Ed Hawthorne AFSCME Local 269, CT Department of Labor, State Employee's Union, AFSCME Council 4, and President of Western CT Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO
  • Brian Neary, Business Resiliency Office, The Hartford

There will be an opportunity for Q&A and discussion among the panelist.

The Transportation Climate Initiative is a multi-state collaboration to reduce pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector, the state’s largest contributing sector. This is part of a series of web meetings and gatherings supporting the Transportation and Climate Initiative that is working together to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and pollution from the transportation sector.

Upon registering, you will receive an email with the meeting link to participate.



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