Transportation to Work
How you will get to work will play a factor in where you work. In fact, if you do not have your own transportation, the reality is that it will limit the area available for you to work in. Will you drive, ride your bike or skateboard, walk, ride the bus or will someone else drive you?
It is vital that you report to work as scheduled and on time. Make a trial run to the business and time it. This way you will have a good idea on how long it will take you to get there. If the weather is bad it can cause delays. Leave early and allow plenty of time to arrive there safely.
If you are taking the bus, find out what the schedule is and how close the drop off is to the business. Factor in the amount of time the bus will take, plus the walking time from the bus stop to your destination.
If you are relying on someone else for transportation, make your arrangements in advance. The individual should be dependable and have reliable transportation. Call the individual the night before to make sure that they will be able to take you.
No matter what your method of transportation is, always have an alternate plan.