Newsday: LI, NY companies try flexibility during train tracks repairs

July 10, 2017
July 10, 2017 LI Advantage

Newsday: LI, NY companies try flexibility during train tracks repairs

Executives at companies with offices on Long Island and Manhattan say they have been preparing to deal with any potential Long Island Rail Road service disruptions.

The MTA had been urging major firms to offer employees alternative hours and work locations during Amtrak’s planned track repairs at Penn Station, which are expected to last until Sept. 1.

David Harouche, founder and chief executive of Multimedia Plus, a company in Manhattan and New Hyde Park that develops mobile apps to communicate and train employees in retail, restaurant and hospitality industries, said his Manhattan office was affected by people arriving late due to train problems, and leaving early “in order to make it home at a decent hour.”

Newsday

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