Anywhere working becoming the norm in 2013

More businesses are taking advantage of anywhere working opportunities this year, having witnessed the benefits during the Olympic Games. If 2012 was the year that anywhere working really took off in the UK, then 2013 may see this exception become a norm. Across Britain, but particularly In London and the south-east, thousands of companies took…

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Keep Productivity High despite poor weather conditions

[View:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=si43cs_deXE]Brits missed 51.4 million working hours last week as a result of the poor weather conditions, a new survey has revealed. Research commissioned by Green Flag Breakdown reveals that more than 8.5 million UK adults – 18 per cent of the population – were unable to work their contracted hours because of the adverse weather….

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Windows 8: The pursuit of enterprise mobility

Windows 8: The pursuit of enterprise mobility The launch of Windows 8, Surface and Windows Phone 8 has presented mobile workers with a range of new options. With Windows operating systems (OS) having dominated the PC landscape for many years, their emergence in the mobile arena was guaranteed to attract a significant amount of attention….

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Anywhere Working:save time & the environment

Today, 27 February 2012, marks the start of Anywhere Working Week. While workers can lose personal time and money in their commute, a lack of flexible working can harm businesses as well. In last winter’s snowstorms, UK businesses lost over £7 billion due to lack of remote working opportunities. Anywhere Working is an initiative that…

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'Anywhere Working' consortium launched

Transport Minster Norman Baker announced the formation of the ‘Anywhere Working’ consortium in a speech given on 17 November. The consortium has been formed to help British employers understand the benefits of providing flexible working environments and to enable employees to access the tools that they need to work in a more flexible way. The…

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