Can you avoid the tube strike with remote working?

August 5th, 2015 - Category - Productivity

remote workingThe tube strike is set to cause havoc in London over the next 24 – 48 hours – preventing millions of commuters from easily getting to their desks.

You can look forward to lots of:

  • Walking (including dodging/walking around lots of amateur walkers)
  • Being crushed on buses and mainline trains
  • Sitting in traffic while the roads fail to cope with the increased traffic from taxis/people driving in
  • Waiting around (for taxis, delayed trains etc.)

Is your remote working solution good enough to let you avoid it all?

If you’ve got a good remote working solution set up, you can avoid the hassle altogether, and work from home with no loss of productivity.

You may even find you’re more productive without all the distractions of the office!

Remote working has many benefits:

Remote working is an option that all businesses should explore for the productivity and employee engagement impacts.

Get in touch with us today to talk to us about remote working solutions!

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Mit - Managing Director. In 2002, Mit founded Netstar. He has helped grow Netstar to become an indispensable partner to some of London’s finest businesses, including well known names in the Financial Services industry. Mit works across all aspects of the business including strategic planning and key account management. Mit is focused on ensuring the delivery of a high quality service, and providing strategic value to help our customers overcome their business challenges.