The tube strikes may have come to a halt for now, but what can business owners do to keep their staff working during travel disruptions?
Parliament is debating the new Trade Union Bill today, but what does it mean for business?
Commuting has been compared to visiting the dentist, but a new study has taken a look inside the minds of London's commuters to discover what goes through their heads when battling into work.
For the last few months London has had a gun poked in her back by the unions, which have tried to evoke the spirit of the 1970s by grinding the Tube network to a halt.
Britain is home to steadily increasing tech startup scene. According to the recent Tech Nation report, technology is the most important industry in the UK. And with 50 per cent of digital companies in the UK having been founded since 2008, startups are making up a massive part of that industry.
As part of the Conservative government's plan to boost the UK's productivity, business minister Sajid Javid has confirmed a £100bn fund to improve the nation's transport infrastructure over the next five years.
The 24-hour tube strike has caused misery for commuters trying to find alternative routes into work, along with heaving buses and trains. While most have been having difficulty, taxi firm Uber has been reaping the rewards.
Last week's tube strike was a sharp reminder of how industrial action can affect a business. Here's how to deal with it in the most effective way possible.