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    Christmas commuting? THESE are the UK stations to avoid for delays

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    While the UK might have one of the biggest and most complex rail networks in Europe, it’s by no means the most efficient. Not a day goes by where at least one train isn’t delayed: and if you’re in London, it’s more like four or five minimum. But which UK train station is the worst […]

    Heading to an office for the first time? Here’s everything you need to know…

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    Thousands of Brits will be starting a new office job or making their first visit to the workplace in the coming months and could therefore be entering an office environment for the first time. Office work is one of the largest industries in the UK, but due to COVID-19, many British workers have found themselves working from home as a result of movement restrictions. This has meant that many workers will have started their careers working remotely or will have never set foot in an office previously. […]

    In a hurry? These are the best & worst UK train stations for punctuality

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    While the UK might have one of the biggest and most complex rail networks in Europe, it’s by no means the most efficient. Not a day goes by where at least one train isn’t delayed: and if you’re in London, it’s more like four or five minimum. But which UK train station is the worst […]

    Office life is not redundant, but the traditional commute could have changed for good…

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    Lockdown sparked an Electric Bike phenomenon across the UK. A leading electric bike retailer E-Bikes Direct experienced a 400% growth in the first lockdown alone. 12 months later, demand continues to outweigh supply across the globe, signalling that electric bike are set to become a permanent lifestyle shift because of the pandemic. Here, E-Bikes Direct […]

    The return of the morning commute ‘will ruin productivity’

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    With the progress of the COVID vaccination campaign, many businesses are looking for employees to work from the office again. However new research from Wladislaw Rivkin at Trinity Business School, Fabiola Gerpott and Dana Unger has revealed that commuting reduces productivity at work by draining mental energy, affecting our ability to fully focus on what […]

    Almost six in ten office workers are struggling to separate their work and home life

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    Almost six in ten office workers are struggling to separate their work and home life after ditching their commute, research has revealed. A survey of 2,000 UK adults who have been forced to work from home this year found the average person is saving 60 minutes a day due to the lack of travel to […]

    Home working will save London commuters 23.5 days a year in travel time

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    Tyto’s latest ‘Cost of a London Commute’ study has shown that working from home will save workers an average of 23.5 days per year in travel time – which is the equivalent of  £10,020  in  unpaid time. Remote working also saves commuters an average of  £5,114  in travel costs, which is nearly a fifth (18%) of […]

    Are companies legally responsible for workers’ commutes?

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    As some professionals begin to return to the workplace, Kate Hindmarsh, partner and head of the employment team at Langleys Solicitors shares her thoughts on what it means for businesses, and why employers should initiate discussions with workers as soon as possible. “Now that the lockdown is beginning to ease, the workforce is being asked to […]

    Five things companies need to consider before employees return to the workplace

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    by Kate Palmer, Associate Director of Advisory at Peninsula Earlier this week, the UK Government released a roadmap for easing lockdown provisions in England, including instructing workers to go back to work if they cannot feasibly work from home and their workplace is open. It’s important to note, that this does not mean that everything […]

    Commute getting on your nerves? It’s costing you £135,000 before you retire…

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    For UK workers, commuting time has increased by 18 hours compared to a decade ago, according to the TUC. Meanwhile, a study by Totaljobs shows the average worker is set to spend a whopping £135,000 on their commute by the time they retire. Following these findings, Instant Offices investigated which cities around the world are the best and worst for […]


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