Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Taylor Emmet and TravelMaster continue long-term partnership

Leading independent Sheffield City Region law firm Taylor Emmet and South Yorkshire transport ticket provider TravelMaster has announced the continuation of a long-term partnership that provides accessible travel for the law firm’s staff members.

The partnership began in 2017 and has seen Taylor Emmet staff take advantage of the CityWide ticket that gives them travel to and from work.

The ticket forms part of the law firm’s impressive employee wellbeing package that includes benefits including generous holiday allowance, hybrid working and a fully paid day off to volunteer at a charity of their choice.

TravelMaster’s CityWide ticket allows members of the Taylor Emmet team to access travel to work. It forms a broader commitment from the travel organisation to partner with businesses in the city to keep car usage down.

Lauren Partridge, People Advisor at Taylor Emmet, said: “We’re delighted to be extending our partnership with TravelMaster to give our employees more accessible travel.

“Now more than ever, it is vital that firms do their bit to help reduce their carbon footprint. The ticket partnership with TravelMaster is just one of many green initiatives to meet our green targets.

“We look forward to continuing our partnership with TravelMaster and allowing more people to access the ticket when travelling into the office.”

TravelMaster’s General Manager John Henshall said: “It’s fantastic to work with a distinguished firm like Taylor Emmet to provide their staff with one of the most advanced travel tickets in Sheffield.”

“Partnerships like this ensure that travel is more accessible for employees, and we’re delighted to be offering this to the employees of Taylor Emmet.”

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