How to Create a Comfortable Workspace

      July 27, 2020

      Since we're spending so much time working from home, it's important that your workspace is comfortable so that you can feel your best and maintain productivity. The efficiency of your work environment, or ergonomics, plays a major role in how you get work done. In other words, create a workspace that meets your needs....

      Adapting Apartment Amenities for the "New Normal"

      June 10, 2020

      Now that Washington, DC has entered a phased reopening, it's important that you consider how to accommodate your residents by adapting your amenities to support those who will work remotely more frequently. While more people retreat to work from home, we expect a rise in demand for onsite building amenities, like a gym, pool, or telework space, as a reprieve from the confines of the apartment and daily routine. Residents may also place a higher value in amenities like strong shared WiFi connections, complimentary printing and video conferencing capabilities, as well as information on sustainable transportation options near the property that allow safe social distancing....

      Commuter Solutions for Your Return to Work Plan

      May 21, 2020

      With certain states and municipalities beginning to lift stay-at-home orders, it’s important to create a Return to Work Plan to ensure you have commuter programs and policies in place that accommodate the interest of your organization and its employees. As we continue to adapt to the “new normal,” goDCgo employer services recommends putting in place a variety of commuter benefit options that help your employees feel safe and confident as they commute to and from the office, or when working remotely....

      Metro Summer Shutdown: Orange/Silver Line Travel Alternatives

      April 16, 2020

      Prepare yourselves! This summer, WMATA will initiate phase two of its Platform Improvement Project by reconstructing platforms at four Orange Line stations and connecting the Silver Line to new stations in Metro's network. To finish the project on time, all stations west of Ballston will be closed starting Saturday, May 23, 2020: Vienna, Dunn Loring, West Falls Church, East Falls Church, Wiehle-Reston East, Spring Hill, Greensboro, Tysons Corner, and McLean. Ballston-MU station will remain open and serve as the western destination on the Orange Line. Silver Line service will be temporarily suspended. You should allow extra travel time and start planning alternatives if your commute will be affected.* *Please be sure to check the transit providers' websites for any updates or changes to schedules given the public health crisis....

      The Bright Side to Being Indoors

      March 20, 2020

      Given the current health crisis, our liveliness may seem uncertain, especially not knowing when we’ll be able to roam free again. So, we encourage you to look on the bright side of being indoors and working from home! Whether you need activities to do after your work day or during your free time, there are many ways to keep yourself busy. Use this time to pursue a side business or hobby, binge watch your favorite Netflix series, organize your closet, learn a new language, and all those other things you've been saying you want to do but haven't had the time. Most of all, we encourage you to stay active!...

      Women Transforming Transportation

      March 08, 2020

      Initially, women were only celebrated on International Women's Day on March 8. In 1978, this day extended to become Women's History Week and the movement expanded nationwide as other communities initiated their own celebratory observations. Two years later, President Jimmy Carter issued the first Presidential Proclamation declaring the week of March 8, 1980 as National Women’s History Week. Subsequent presidents continued to proclaim a National Women’s History Week in March until 1987 when Congress passed a law designating March as Women’s History Month....

      Teleworking each day will keep the cars away!

      February 21, 2020

      Telework Week is coming up on March 2-6, 2020. This is a great opportunity to celebrate the benefits of teleworking, promote your organization's telework policy, or explore implementing a formal telework agreement. Providing the option for employees to telework is becoming the new norm at many organizations in the District and across the nation. Get on board with this workplace standard that is retaining and attracting top talent.   ...

      5 Easy Ways to Make Your Property More Desirable

      January 06, 2020

      What's your New Year's Resolution? Why not leave the car behind in the last decade and transition to more sustainable means of travel? That's certainly our goal in the coming years and you can bet that your residents are aiming for the same. We all have the power to make a difference!...

      Are You Ready for Summer Platform Closures?

      March 06, 2019

      Are you a Metrorail rider in Alexandria or southern Fairfax County? Beginning on Saturday, May 25 through Sunday, September 8, 2019, the Yellow and Blue Lines will be shut down south of Ronald Reagan National Airport for full platform reconstruction and major station improvements. Customers should allow extra travel time and identify alternatives to using the affected Metrorail stations....

      Let's Take on TELEWORK DC!

      February 20, 2019

      Happy Telework Week! This year the District is joining Virginia in encouraging local employers to allow qualifying employees to work remotely at least one day during Telework Week, March 4-8, 2019....

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