Those travelling into London are much worse off, with this cost increasing to almost £200,000. This is an enormous amount of money and certainly puts a dent in the finances of hard-working men and women across the country
Published: 17 February 2019
There is no law which says you have to pay an employee who can’t get to work due to travel disruption or adverse weather conditions. Of course, it may say in their employment contract that they will be paid under these circumstances, in which case you must honour this.
Published: 20 January 2019
Despite the government pouring £1.2 billion into cycling*, new research has revealed that it is still only a slim few who are cycling to work, with many citing nervousness about cycling in traffic as the reason. A survey of more than 7,600 UK adults published, shows that only 7% of the nation is commuting to work with a bike.
Published: 2 November 2018
The majority believe that a lack of commute is the prime benefit to working from home, with flexibility coming a close second. Both office-based staff and those who already work from home were polled, with respondents from both sides in agreement that a lack of commute is the number one draw to working from home.
Published: 5 September 2018
Commuting in the UK has always been an issue, with an average commute nearly an hour long at 54 minutes. But, according to Instant Offices, it’s Londoners who bear the brunt of this with the longest commute in the country at 74 minutes – almost twice the worldwide average of 40 minutes.
Published: 19 July 2018