Walking and cycling to work makes commuters happier and more productive
4 months, 3 weeks ago by kyle | 8 facts | 0 comments | 0 votes

  • The distance they travel and how they get there – car, public transport, cycling or walking – can influence their well-being and performance at work. - theconversation.com
  • Our study, involving 1,121 full-time workers who commute daily to work, made several important findings: - theconversation.com
  • Those who commute short distances, walk or cycle to work, are more likely to be happy commuters, which makes them more productive. - theconversation.com
  • Long commutes not only cause physical and mental strains on workers, but may also affect their work participation, engagement and productivity. - theconversation.com
  • We found that workers with a long-distance commute have more absent days, as the graph below shows. - theconversation.com
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