Tags: travel costs

What does new ruling on travel time mean for your organisation?

Last week the Court of Justice of the European Communities (CJEU) ruled that time spent travelling to and from first and last appointments by workers without a fixed office will be regarded as working time, which is thought to mean a significant impact on many UK businesses and organisations. Emma O’Leary, an employment law consultant…

New travel time pay ruling will have significant impact on UK business

A new Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruling could have a significant impact on UK companies employing workers who don’t have a fixed place of work and who travel to and from appointments, says Andrew Willis Head of Croner Litigation at Wolters Kluwer. The CJEU has ruled that time spent travelling to…

Stephen Smith: Petrol prices going through the roof?  Welcome to the virtual alternative

The recent snows have once again hit the headlines, causing travel chaos which has resulted in serious disruption to many businesses. Yet as getting to work has proved an increasingly forlorn struggle for many employees, it has been easy to lose sight of the fact that there has been another current high profile issue having…

Cuts in the use of first class travel is costing UK business’ £15,624 in lost productivity per employee every year. Nearly half of business travellers revealed their employers had stopped their First Class travel despite 86 percent of business passengers admitting to being more productive when travelling in first class. More than 70 percent of…