"Increasing urbanisation means cities are facing more congestion and associated carbon emissions, while still needing to provide good quality of life."
According to the UN, almost 70% of the global population will soon live in urban areas. Through technology, we instantly connect workers to the most convenient workspaces near them which reduces their need to commute (particularly at peak times), resulting in less pollution, less congestion, and less pressure on existing transport infrastructure; making cities happier, healthier places to live.
Cityworks provides flexible workspace operators with an economic and operational model that enables them to sustainably participate in their smart city’s workplace network.
iOS and Android apps make it easy for workers to access the workspace network and an easy-to-use dashboard enables organisations to manage which staff use the app.
Accurate data gathering assesses the impact on: public transport usage; average commute lengths; overall participant satisfaction; and how this can help cities meet their smart city goals.
Using technology to optimise the way people work in urban areas, we can help cities to reach their sustainable development goals by using existing infrastructure more effectively, reducing pollution, developing a low carbon economy, and consuming fewer resources.
In the UK, it is estimated that the average employee will spend 108 minutes a day and a total of £135,000 through their career commuting. We can empower workers to commute less - saving money - but most importantly, finding more time to spend with friends and family, engaging in hobbies, sleeping, and exercising.
Work-life balance is the most important working benefit to modern employees. In terms of job satisfaction, it’s even more important than salary. Organisations that give staff access to convenient flexible workspaces can address their employees’ needs, while also reducing overall carbon footprint.
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