Employers could take steps to help their staff cope with the increased cost of rail tickets, according to Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director of Wealth at Work.
Fares have increased by an average of 3.4% in the new year with season tickets up by 3.6% - a not insignificant rise for many commuters. With wages only set to grow by 2.6% in 2018, many will see their travel costs take up a greater slice of their earnings.
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