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Synonyms for commute

travel to and from

Synonyms

  • travel to and from
  • shuttle between
  • travel between
  • travel back and forth between

Synonyms for commute

to give up in return for something else

Synonyms for commute

a regular journey of some distance to and from your place of work

Related Words

exchange positions without a change in value

travel back and forth regularly, as between one's place of work and home

change the order or arrangement of

exchange a penalty for a less severe one

exchange or replace with another, usually of the same kind or category

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Employers should grasp this opportunity by changing the way employees work and commute and introduce more flexibility to cut out these restrictive influences on business performance as well as the wellbeing of their employees.
Some people may enjoy a commute, but overall, longer travel time is linked to feelings of time crunch, which can increase stress levels," says Hilbrecht.
A tough commute into work can put employees in a bad mood from the time they arrive, while an enjoyable commute can have a positive effect that lasts all day long.
workers commute outside the county where they live, according to, a report on commutes between counties.
Thus, while studies, including ones by Gallup, find that long commutes are associated with poorer wellbeing, such issues are a bigger problem for employees who are not engaged or are actively disengaged.
Approximately 530,000 people are employed at worksites in Washington that participate in commute trip reduction programs.
Sy Cohn, a Claremont-based driving therapist, said those who intentionally shoulder long commutes generally lead less-conventional lives and don't see the world -- or lengthy commutes -- in rigid terms of good vs.
But various metropolitan planning organizations have examined this issue, and they find that transit commutes generally span shorter distances than auto commutes.
Yet another factor complicating commutes is that the length of the peak morning and evening commuting periods has increasingly lengthened.
As one study indicates, women are more likely than men to have "compromised" and "constrained" commutes (i.
In fact, even in Portland almost everyone commutes in a private vehicle and less than 6 percent of workers in the region use transit to get to work.
com said they would make a career decision based on commute time.
During tax season, he commutes to downtown Phoenix five days a week; after tax season, he goes into the office about once a week.
The Clean Air Act of 1990 requires large employers to reduce the number of individual commutes.
The survey examines how Americans commute to and from work; how their commutes impact their job satisfaction; and what they'd do if they didn't have to spend so much time in the car.