Corsis has offered to pay for each of its full-time employees’ annual membership to NYC CitiBike Program.
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 11, 2013
Corsis, a leading IT due diligence firm and IT infrastructure management firm dedicated to mitigating IT risk and building confidence in your company’s technology operations, today announced the launch of its Corsis Bikes employee initiative. As part of the employee program, Corsis is encouraging its team members to take full advantage of the convenient NYC bike sharing program that has arisen throughout NYC this past week.
“These bikes are a great transportation option for getting around New York City and an efficient and fun way to get in that daily dose of exercise,” explained bike enthusiast and Corsis board member, Gregg Alwine.”
As part of this initiative, Corsis has offered to pay for each of its full-time employees’ annual membership to the NYC CitiBike program, which enables its users to take full advantage of 45-minute rides 24 hours a day, all year around. The Corsis NYC office is no stranger to perks that promote a healthy, creative and positive environment. Full-time employees currently enjoy weekly massages, flexible hours and healthy snacks.
Just hours after its introduction, several Corsis team members have already registered for the Corsis Bikes program and System Administrator Jay Gordon tweeted, “Corsis just gave us CitiBike memberships. This is pretty awesome.”
Corsis, a Marshall Junction Partners company, is a market-leading technology services company specifically dedicated to mitigating IT related risk with effective IT Due Diligence & IT Auditing services and building confidence in your company’s technology operations. Corsis helps companies ranging from $20 million to $200 million in annual revenue by offering custom IT solutions and industry specific solutions that leverage our proprietary Corsis Confidence Index. The company delivers up-to-date information on its latest activities as well as industry trends through its social media channels. For more information, please visit http://www.corsis.com or follow us on Twitter at @Corsis.
The Citi BikeSM system, operated by NYC Bike Share features thousands of bikes at hundreds of stations around New York. Citi Bikes are available 24/7, 365 days a year. Station locations are based on population and transit needs, and were selected through a participatory public input process. Each station has a touchscreen kiosk, a map of the service area and surrounding neighborhood, and a docking system that releases bikes for rental with a card or key. You must be 16 or older to ride a Citi Bike.