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Using digital technology to manage wellbeing in the hybrid workplace

Given the widescale adoption of hybrid working, how FMs manage wellbeing at work can no longer be focused solely on the physical office environment. Given this change in workplace work patterns, how can FMs adapt their approach to safeguard employee ...

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Webinar 23rd November: How to control the flow of people and parcels through your facility

According to Pitney Bowes Parcel Shipping Index, worldwide parcel volume is likely to double in the next five years, with the UK showing the highest increase in carrier revenue of all 13 countries in the Index. Alongside a huge uptake ...

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Wates and Lloyds Banking Group competition seeks next generation of sustainability innovations

Wates and Lloyds Banking Group (Lloyds) are launching a competition to find sustainability innovations that can help Lloyds tackle its hybrid working and travel emissions and enhance biodiversity. Green tech innovators and providers of sustainable solutions are invited to showcase ...

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Utilisation data is a key metric for companies rethinking office design amid greater hybrid work

With the increase in hybrid work, access-card swipes, WiFi logins and occupancy sensors are the new data currency for companies rethinking office design, according to a new study by global real estate advisor, CBRE. The study found that companies are ...

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Webinar: How to control the flow of people and parcels through your facility

According to Pitney Bowes Parcel Shipping Index, worldwide parcel volume is likely to double in the next five years, with the UK showing the highest increase in carrier revenue of all 13 countries in the Index. Alongside a huge uptake ...

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Confusion on very definition of hybrid working is causing workplace strife

New research published today by Landsec has revealed a distinct lack of clarity around what ‘hybrid’ working means, with less than one in five UK workers agreeing on a definition. This hybrid ‘hotchpotch’ is having a negative impact on bosses’ ...

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Supporting your workers through a challenging winter

According to the ONS around three in four adults (77 per cent) feel very or somewhat worried about the rising costs of living. Although hybrid working remains a popular option, as energy and food bills continue to soar there’s growing ...

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Home workers should be monitored according to over half of bosses

A new survey carried out by the Chartered Institute of Professional Development (CIPD) in partnership with HR software company HiBob has revealed that more than half of bosses (55 per cent) agree with collecting information on regular home workers, including ...

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Hybrid workers voice concerns about workplace energy efficiency as the energy crisis impacts the cost of working from home

New research reveals the impact the energy crisis is having on the UK workforce, as seven in 10 hybrid workers admit they’re concerned about the cost of working from home as bills skyrocket. The survey of 2,000 UK workers by ...

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Customisable technologies are crucial to building successful hybrid working models

A new report by global real estate services firm, JLL, has found that tech-enabled solutions are a crucial factor to the success of the hybrid work model. The report, Technology and Innovation in the Hybrid Age shows that there is ...

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