WorkFit by Better Workplace helps organizations struggling to respond to the implications of COVID-19 by providing data and insights to inform their return to workplace plans.
Better Workplace and WorkFit are acquired by Tony Fairfield with plans to leverage WorkFit into the benefits vertical.
2013 – 2019
Better Workplace continues to advocate the environmental, economic and social benefits of telework.
Harvard Business Review acknowledged Sun Microsystems and Better Workplace’s telework success in Where the Green Jobs Really Are.
2009 – 2011
With the support of Teletrips and Better Workplace, the major municipality’s telework program wins a three-year Federal Ecomobility contract.
Teletrips and Better Workplace Strategic Advisor Scott McNealy, founder of Sun Microsystems and Java, was a keynote speaker at an event in support of the major municipality’s telework programs.
Teletrips and Better Workplace awarded a three-year contract for providing telework services (visioning, triple bottom line measurement and reporting) to the major municipality.
Teletrips and Better Workplace provide support ongoing support for the major municipality’s telework program and embedded all social, economic and environmental impact algorithms into the DNA of the program.
Teletrips is featured in the book Growing the Virtual Workplace: The Integrative Value Proposition for Telework with the support of Better Workplace.
Sun Microsystems, now part of Oracle, embraced an award winning initiative that resulted in more than a half of the company’s employees working remotely and a net savings of $80 million a year in facility costs. Better Workplace contributed some additional triple bottom line reporting for the program at Sun.