Tagged: Commuting

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5 Ways Telecommuting Helps the Planet

The number of workers telecommuting has increased rapidly over the past 5 years. This doesn’t just benefit people through a better work-life balance, or companies with happier staff and lower office costs. It also...

Why Work from Home?

  A recent study has found that the number of people working from home in the UK has increased by 20% in 10 years.  Home insurer, Together Mutual Insurance  conducted the research to find...

Telecommuting continues to rise

The popularity of Telecommuting continues to increase, according to data gathered by GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com . Their latest report shows that: 50% of the US workforce holds a job that is compatible with at least partial telework...

Time for a remote working revolution?

  Future generations will look at what life was like in 2015, and wonder why were we all sitting on the M25 The average British worker spends eleven weeks a year commuting, according to...

Travel boost for London’s flexi-workers

 London Transport have announced changes to Oyster pay-as-you-go fares, which will cut travel costs for many of the capital’s flexible and part-time workers. Currently, pay-as-you-go users who top up Oyster cards as they travel pay...

NotBreaking the Habit

The average commute in Britain is now 30 minutes, according to a survey by Regus, the global workspace provider. This is an increase from 26 minutes in 2012, while 15% of those surveyed regularly...

Commuters waste a year of their life.

British commuters  spend more than a year of their lives travelling to and from work – at a total cost of more than £50,000 – according to research by investment management firm Nutmeg. It calculates that...

Unhappy? You’re a Commuter

Commuting makes you unhappy. Most commuters would, in the words of the American Declaration of Independence, hold this truth to be self-evident. Now a study of 60,000 people by the Office of National Statistics...