Your commute sucks, but it will get better in the future

Life isn’t going to get any less busy, so time will be an even more precious commodity. And that might mean paying to take a slower train

Since we spend roughly one-third of our lifetimes working, exploring how we make the most of our time ‘at work’ is a ripe area for innovation. In the last few years, we’ve seen more and more companies introducing remote working and flexible hours, in the hopes of improving employee satisfaction and productivity by giving employees more control over where and when they work. Some companies, like Normally (a digital design agency in London), have even introduced a four-day working week.

Read Maeve's full article on Wired 

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