DMV FLEXIBLE WORK & RECOVERY AGREEMENT
A regional commitment to support our recovery from COVID-19.
A SAFE TRANSITION
COVID-19 presents special and shared challenges as our region gradually returns to work. Concerns will linger even after vaccines become available. Employers in the DMV are coming together in a first-of-its-kind initiative to accelerate regional recovery by enabling safe, healthy, and efficient commutes as our region returns to the workplace over the next 18 months.
The DMV Flexible Work & Recovery Agreement aims to reduce congestion on our region’s public transit systems and roadways to boost workforce quality of life as we transition back to work sites.
The DMV Flexible Work & Recovery Agreement captures organizations’ commitment over the next 18 months to take action to support the aggregate reduction in peak-time commute demand by introducing, updating, and/or extending one or more options for alternative work arrangements (to the extent feasible and compatible with work delivery requirements) such as:
• Flexible work schedules
• Staggered work schedules
• Compressed work weeks
• Flexibility in work locations and spaces
BENEFITS TO DMV
RESIDENTS & EMPLOYERS
Further enable social distancing on public transit, enhancing public health
Increase workforce quality of life and access to job sites
Strengthen equitable outcomes for public transit reliant commuters
Help families to coordinate school and childcare arrangements
Help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality
Aid in attracting and retaining talent via employer workforce mobility programs
Fairfax County Economic Development Authority
Ford Motor Company
Greater Washington Partnership
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority