HILLINGDON workers affected by the Tube strike are being urged to make use of flexible workspace across the borough.
Six sites in Uxbridge, Heathrow and Hayes offer a haven for workers unable to get into work, or who are allowed to work from home.
As well as private desks, the offices also include WiFi access, a basic kitchen and unlimited tea and coffee, with car parking available nearby.
John Spencer, UK CEO at Regus, said: “The Tube strikes don’t have to mean lost productivity for businesses, but they are a wake-up call for those who haven’t adopted flexible working and addressed the practical challenges.”
Workers are able to drop in to any of the sites for an £8 fee per day. Alternatively, a Businessworld membership gives members unlimited access to all 220 work spaces across England and costs £35 per month.
For more, visit www.regus.co.uk
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