Guest Blog: Avoid Morning After Regrets
Debbie Bannigan. CEO, Swanswell
It’s that magical time of year when the woolly hats come out and your office is crammed full of mince pies and tins of chocolate. Your organisation has worked really hard all year long, so to thank them, employees are being treated to a festive office party.
Guest Blog: Growing economy, slowing commute – sowing the need for smarter working.
Frances O’Grady. TUC General Secretary
November can be a miserable month, the temperature is dropping fast and many of us now find ourselves going to work in the dark and returning home after the sun has set.
To add to this sombre mood, a TUC new analysis of unpublished Office for National Statistics data has found that the average commuter journey is growing longer as the roads get more crowded.
Guest Blog: Winter is coming – but are fairer fares?
Martin Abrams. Public Transport Campaigner, Campaign for Better Transport
The winter months are often a frustrating time for rail users. As the nights draw in and the days get shorter, it can seem like you spend even more precious time commuting: travelling to and from work in the dark, getting caught up in delays for baffling reasons, trying to regulate your temperature between wrapping up warm and traveling in stiflingly hot carriages.