The New Year has heralded the rise of escalating train fares, but that’s not the whole story.
As the workforce evolves into a more immediate, responsive and collaborative culture, employees are trying to stay connected with colleagues and customers. With the increased desire for constant connectivity though, comes the need for flexible working.
Taking public transport to work is a chore for many but how would you feel relocating your work environment to a bus” Commuting would certainly be easier.
The Peterborough business scene is not the usual destination for job seekers. Unlike other cities, Peterborough’s residents will look to London for jobs, and travel over an hour each way to work in the city.
HRC Law founder Simon Whitehead shares his experience of moving bases, and provides office moving tips including a team Pinterest board to share ideas.
It may be getting a little darker, the roads may be a little busier and the weather may be changing, but if you think your employees won’t use a Cycle to Work scheme this winter, you should think again. The Cycle to Work scheme is a year-round affair, and demand is not going down.
From the individual with the nation's biggest commute, to the demographic which can expect to have the longest journey to and from work, Real Business brings you the quirky facts that might make your route seem a little more palatable.
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.
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.
A recent report from CommuteLondon counted nearly 480,000 tweets from frustrated commuters last year – so we pulled together the best ones.
New research exploring European workers' attitudes towards their daily journey found that commuting proved to be a bigger source of stress in their lives than work itself.
New inflation figures indicate that train fares could increase by as much as 5.5 per cent, by 2015.