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Becoming a cycle-friendly employer

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Becoming a cycle-friendly employer makes sense. Encouraging cycling helps tackle the business costs of congestion, reduces an organisation's impact on the local and wider environment and even attracts some tax incentives. What's more, it's likely that levels of absenteeism will drop.
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The NHS - Britain's biggest employer

If you work in the health sector, promoting cycling to staff and the people seeking its services, makes a contribution to boosting the levels of physical activity. It also helps reduce the risks associated with driving to work - the NHS generates around 5% of all journeys. Our briefing on promoting cycling in the health sector looks at its role both as a large employer and as a health service provider.

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