Monday, April 23, 2007
According to Richard Gray, science correspondent in the Daily Telegraph, The Institute of Directors is keen on flexible working and especially more homeworking (and by implication, shedworking) to help tackle global warming. According to Gray: "Miles Templeman, the institute's director-general, said offering employees greater flexibility would ease pressure on transport networks and cut rush-hour power demand - thereby reducing emissions. Mr Templeman urged ministers not to rush into policies that risked harming the economy, such as caps on emissions and carbon taxes." An interesting corrective to the survey results I posted earlier today from Mitel.
Posted by alex johnson at 1:32 PM