Meet Other Seattle Employers Offering ORCA For Business
Washington Health Alliance (WHA) is a nonprofit focused on improving the quality and value of health care in Washington state.
One of the many ways WHA lives out its values is by offering opt-in transit cards through ORCA for Business Choice.
Prior to The Sound Hotel’s grand opening, General Manager Dave Watkins, was strategizing ways to improve employee retention. Watkins made transit passes a priority as the majority of the staff use public transit for commuting. His benefits-eligible employees use 120 transit routes covered by ORCA for Business Choice.
Madres Kitchen, a catering and events company, does not have enough available parking for all employees.
Heather Chitty, co-founder, found a way to help her employees and herself commute to work through ORCA for Business Choice via pre-tax payroll deductions.
Midtown Chiropractic & Rehabilitation helps ease the stress of hundreds of patients each day.
Office Manager Melissa England is thankful for ORCA Business Passport, which provides her and her staff up to eight (8) paid taxi rides home in case of emergencies such as sudden illness.
Boundless is a growing tech startup simplifying immigration and naturalization.
A survey showed their CEO and Co-Founder, Xiao Wang, the need to subsidize transit passes.
ORCA for Business Passport helps his employees save hundreds of dollars each month.