Take a look at these free materials, which will help you manage the return to your own office, from information from local authorities and case studies to reports and surveys.
These are all designed to help you make the best choices for your business.
What is the guidance from Transport for London (TfL) for workers returning to central London?
Find everything you need to know about travelling in London on the Transport for London website, including the helpful Journey Planner.
What else can I share with my employees to make them feel confident using public transport?
Tell your employees about TfL's flexible travel and fares system [PDF 63 KB] for their commute to the office and travel around London.
You can also watch TfL's informational videos which provide guidance on:
- Using the network to travel for work with Back on the Move: a collection of short videos in which TfL customers talk about their experiences.
- How TfL trains, trams and buses are well ventilated.
- The ways that TfL is keeping buses, the Tube and rail network and taxi and private hire vehicles clean.
How can I prepare employees for a return to their London workplace?
You can remind your employees about all the amazing things to do in the city and encourage them to make the most of what’s on. Travelling to London and enjoying the city can foster confidence for a return to the workplace.
Discover what's happening across the capital with the latest things to do from visitlondon.com.
What resources are available to employers?
Take part in the Let's Do London campaign, which aims to drive consumer spend and footfall across London's tourism, retail, hospitality and cultural sectors.
Boost your team's morale and engagement using London & Partners' free Let's Do London toolkit, which includes assets that can be used in staff communications to inspire people to explore and discover all the incredible activities that London has to offer.
Other useful resources and information:
- See official coronavirus guidance and support from the UK government.
- Find advice and support for your business on the London Business Hub
How are businesses returning or planning their return to the office?
Get the latest insights with back-to-work case studies and research from London businesses and boroughs, including:
- London School of Economics [PDF 96 KB]
- Heart of London Business Alliance
- Camden [PDF 710 KB]
- Westminster [PDF 300 KB]
- TfL [PDF 414 KB]
- Knowledge Quarter [PDF 710 KB]
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Are there resources I may find valuable as an employer?
- Have a look at Avison Young’s UK Cities Recovery Index for the latest information on the impact of coronavirus on cities across the UK.
- Read key findings and recommendations in A Menu for Recovery from the Federation of Small Businesses.
- Learn more about how the UK government can support London, from London First.
- Understand how London can support the recovery of the UK economy via this London First report [PDF 2.6 MB] with analysis from Bain & Company.
- Take a look at the London First Renew London report [PDF 2.4 MB] developed by EY.
- See the Resolution Foundation report to understand how staycations have impacted the UK's labour market.
- Keep up to date with the latest information and resources from London Councils.
Led by the Mayor of London, Transport for London and London & Partners, the Let's Do Business board (originally the London Workplace Recovery Board) consists of more than 27 representative organisations across London and the UK, representing most employers and employees in London.
The mission of this group is to encourage workplaces to confidently reopen and to support more workers in returning to their workplace, more often, to do business.
The group aims to create an aligned vision for businesses in central London to plan their return. It will do this by collating the drivers and barriers, reopening insights, and best practice examples for businesses to examine and apply in the workplace.