Just a reminder that Work Wise Week starts tomorrow. As well as being able to read a blow-by-blow account of a typical day at Shedworking HQ here and via Twitter, there are other things going on:
> National Work From Home Day, Thursday, May 15
> Environmental Benefits of Smarter Working, Friday, May 16: focusing on how smarter working can reduce your or your organisation's emissions, and ultimately cost
> Smart Working Weekend, Saturday, May 17, and Sunday, May 18: how smart working practices could help simplify your organisation's weekend cover, making it more effective and less costly, and benefit employees' work-life balance
> Transport, Monday, May 19: concentrates on the issue of transport and how smarter working practise can relieve congestion and decrease emissions, as well as free-up our transport infrastructure, benefiting the UK economy
> Social Benefits, Tuesday May 20: explains how smarter working practices when implemented effectively can lead to a better work-life balance for the workforce
> Work Wise UK Summit, Wednesday, May 21: at the QEII Conference Centre in central London, the summit represents an opportunity for delegates to share the smarter working expertise of eminent business leaders and heads of professional bodies. Speakers include the Rt Hon. Hilary Benn MP, Secretary of State, DEFRA, and Caroline Waters, Director of People and Policy, BT.