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King County Metro's WorkSmart program brings telework consulting services to all King county area businesses. 

Telework and Compressed Work Weeks can help your business boost employee productivity and provide these additional benefits:

Ensure business continuity - Telework allows employees to remain productive during construction projects or other emergencies.

Increase employee recruitment and retention - Attract a talented workforce by offering a benefit employees value. And employees are more likely to stay with jobs that offer flexibility.

Use your workspace more efficiently - Many employers are able to cut back on their use of office space and parking through a telework program.

Contribute to your sustainability goals - Telework and compressed work week programs can be used to reach Commute Trip Reduction targets, LEED certifications and reduce carbon emissions.

             Learn more about WorkSmart

Find out more about our free telework consulting services for businesses.  We can help your business set up a turn-key program for telework or compressed work weeks.

We have tools for you!

We have free telework tools for companies.  Just tell us a little about your company and your interests and download our sample policies, surveys and agreements.

Frequently Asked Questions Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions to get started learning about telework and compressed work weeks.  We also have links to a few of our favorite resources -- local and national.

The WorkSmart program is a service for employers. We are not able to refer workers to companies that hire teleworkers.

Free assistance is available

Contact_Us_smaller Contact our telework expert to get started today:
Elham Shirazi


Help your employees avoid sitting in traffic. See what our expert has to say in this recent news story:


In Gallup’s Work and Education poll, 37% of U.S. workers say they have telecommuted, up from 30% over last decade and four times > than the 9% found in 1995.


Read the Port of Seattle case study.

The State is committed to teleworking!

In March of 2014, the Governor of the State of Washington issued Executive Order 14-02 to expand telework and flexible work hours programs for it's employees to help reduce traffic congestion and improve quality of life.