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NHS cleaners cut by almost 1,000 in the last 10 years

GMB, the union for NHS workers, has called for urgent investment as new figures expose the extent of cuts to cleaning services over the last decade, which according to GMB have left health services “underprepared for Covid”. Figures published in ...

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Increased levels of FM investment in digital tech says RICS

Demand for FM services continues to rise across the healthcare, manufacturing and education sectors, according to the November 2020 RICS UK Facilities Management Survey, which also reveals increased levels of investment in digital tech. The survey reports that employment levels ...

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ASFP seeks new CEO as Niall Rowan announces plans to step down

The Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer following an announcement by the current CEO Niall Rowan of his intention to step down after the Association’s Annual General Meeting in 2021. Rowan took on ...

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Sodexo partnership helping young people achieve career aspirations

Sodexo has joined forces with Generation Success to help empower 40 young people of diversity to achieve their career aspirations through a 14-month mentorship programme. The coaches from Sodexo, who are undergoing a coaching apprenticeship, have a range of skills ...

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Amey announces colourful partnership to support prisoners

Amey has joined forces with social enterprise Paint360 to reduce waste and support wellbeing and rehabilitation of prisoners. The new partnership will see Paint360 installed as the sole provider of paint to Amey’s Clean, Rehabilitative, Enabling and Decent (CRED) programme. This follows a ...

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Service training

Piers Zangana explains how some of the biggest names in the hospitality sector have come together to train and support catering service workers adversely affected by the impact of the pandemic on their livelihoods If there is one positive to ...

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Study reveals 1 in 3 employers are likely to make redundancies before the end of 2020

A new survey from Acas has found that over a third of employers (37 per cent) are likely to make staff redundancies in the next three months. Acas commissioned YouGov to ask British businesses about their redundancy plans and knowledge of the law in this area. ...

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RICS announces wave of redundancies in response to the impact of Covid

Around 150 -170 RICS employees are at risk of redundancy Sean Tompkins, RICS Chief Executive Officer has announced. He said the decision followed: “An extensive review of the way RICS operates in order to chart a new way forward that ...

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Industry consultation highlights lack of skilled workers in the low carbon arena

According to the findings of a new industry-wide ‘skills for climate’ consultation, seven in 10 engineering services businesses (70 per cent) say they currently do not have enough competent employees to undertake ‘low to no carbon’ work. Some 39 per ...

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ISS UK named BITC Responsible Champion 2020

ISS UK has been named as a Business In the Community (BITC) Responsible Champion 2020 for its JointForces@ISS employability programme which has seen over 300 Forces personnel supported in their transition to the civilian workplace through the facilities management industry. ...

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