LIVING WAGE JOBS IN THE NEW GREEN ECONOMY
As the economy transitions from fossil fuels towards a greener future, new jobs will be created as others are phased out. The on-demand economy has created new gig opportunities, but without living wages, benefits, or training. AV technology, while exciting, will phase out local jobs while creating centralized remote work elsewhere.
Free Ride Sharing – Fare-free ride to connect commuters with mass transit within a geofenced zone, including pooling.
W-2 Drivers – Creating quality jobs within your communities that pay living wages, with benefits and training.
Green Jobs – Our service reduces greenhouse gas emissions and local air quality issues, and our local managers and drivers become acquainted with electric vehicles.
Local Ambassadors – Our local drivers are knowledgeable about the area and able to help visitors navigate and discover.
Training – Drivers are trained in safety and customer service, and can receive training for vehicle maintenance and sales.
INCREASING EMPLOYER ENGAGEMENT AND ELIMINATING EMPLOYMENT GAPS WITH MOBILE DEVICE DATA
Increasingly, there is a mismatch between the skills of the workforce and the skills required by local employers. Retraining employees for a changing economy is paramount. Mobile device data allows governments to assess which populations training centers are serving and where to place new facilities or outreach.
Increasing employer engagement in target neighborhoods.
Identify populations that are or are not being served by employment services.
Estimate commute distances using mobile device data.
DIVERSIFYING YOUR WORKFORCE, ELIMINATING DISCRIMINATION, AND RETAINING TALENT WITH DATA ANALYTICS
Workforce Analytics helps organization cycle through mountains of data to determine which employees have the greatest potential of success, who’s at risk of leaving, compare salaries to turnover rates and gender, and much more. Using Civis will allow governments fully embracing the demographic shift with inclusive hiring, recruit top talent, retain high performers and improve working conditions.
Example: The United States Office of Personnel Management has been working with Civis to help build a better understanding of which candidates fit which jobs, improving the ability for the US government to hire, and helping people find jobs more quickly.