Transport Minster Norman Baker has looked to get the message of this line of work across to those in the UK with more effect by setting up the 'Anywhere Working' strategy.
The scheme will outline the advantages which can be had by enhancing their workplace so that it includes more flexible working environments.
Vodafone, Microsoft, Business in the Community and Regus are among those involved in the consortium, while the Trades Union Congress and Transport for London are among the institutes to back the scheme.
Mr Baker commented: "In a world where communication technologies offer the means to travel around the world in an instant without travelling at all, encouraging individuals and business to think flexibly about what 'being there' means is simply the smart thing to do."
In other possible changes coming to the UK's workplace in the years to come, an Office Angels survey has suggested that the traditional nine to five shift will soon be a thing of the past.
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Source: The Sales Director News