A new poll has revealed what some Southland bosses are doing to help workers with commute-related stress.
The survey from staffing firm Robert Half shows 43% of bosses are flexible with scheduling to help workers avoid high traffic times.
About 35% of bosses also allow workers to telecommute, and 27% connect employees interested in carpooling.
On a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the most stressful, local commuters rated the stress level of their trips at 6.1.
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