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ABM joins responsible business network

Integrated facility and aviation services provider, ABM, has joined Business in the Community, a responsible business network, supported by His Majesty the King for over 40 years, dedicated to building a fairer and greener world, driven by fairer and greener businesses.

ABM says it is “committed to progress as a responsible business” and has joined companies who employ more than 20 per cent of the UK workforce in a public commitment to “changing business, transforming lives, and helping the planet and communities thrive”.

Members of Business in the Community collaborate to take practical action to mobilise their collective strength as a force for good in society to help everyone reach their full potential.

Richard Sykes, SVP and President, ABM UK & Ireland, said: “The work of becoming and remaining a responsible business is never over. It is essential that we continually take steps to improve and call on the knowledge and expertise of like-minded businesses to share best practice and innovation. We are proud to be a Business in the Community partner and look forward to the journey ahead.” 

Mary Macleod, CEO of Business in the Community, said: “I am delighted that ABM has joined our network of businesses leading from the front to bring about long-term meaningful impact for the benefit of people, our communities, and our planet. 

“Our vision is to create a fairer and greener world, driven by fairer and greener businesses. It is only through the commitment, collaboration, and innovation of organisations like ABM that we will make this ambition a reality. I am excited to see how our work together over the coming years will progress ABM’s responsible business journey.” 

Eptura 2023 Workplace Index 

Over the past year, Eptura has used proprietary data and commissioned research to explore how business leaders can balance opposing demands.

In this final summary report on the state of the workplace in 2023, the global worktech leader looks at the key insights that will shape the world of work in 2024 and beyond.

For the Q4 edition of the 2023 Workplace Index, Eptura updated its proprietary data across four demands:

  • Freedom and Connection
  • Value creation and Cost Control
  • Flexibility and Certainty
  • CO2 Targets and Costs

To download the report click here.

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