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Mind the gap

One of the biggest challenges for any organisation is attracting, recruiting, training and retaining good people. Chris Kenneally, CEO at The Cordant Group explains more about how the FM industry needs to embrace these principles In my opinion there has ...

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Cleanin’ up attitudes

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has recently launched The Cleaning Taskforce. Supported by industry bodies like the British Cleaning Council and a multitude of firms, including Servest, the taskforce aims to: • Promote employers’ compliance with employment law and ...

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Tomorrow Meets Today

 The Young Managers’ Forum has announced an event which is seeking to bring together the FM industry’s most influential leaders with the potential stars of tomorrow. Taking place on 19 November 2015 at the inspirational King head office in Covent ...

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Career Ladder talks to OCS’ CEO Facilities Services

Q: What was your first ever job? The first job that I went into was in banking. I didn’t waste any time. I finished school on the Friday and went straight to work as a bank clerk with the TSB ...

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How has social networking affected recruitment in the cleaning sector?

Lorraine Thomas, managing director of specialist search and selection consultancy Metzger, considers the impact of social networking on recruitment. What are the benefits for cleaning sector employers using social media as part of a hiring strategy – and what are ...

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Rise of the machines?

There are frequent reports in the media about machines taking jobs from humans. In this feature FMJ looks to see which jobs in the facilities industry could become entirely automated, and counter to this, those jobs where humans will always ...

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Career Ladder talks to Gather & Gather’s performance director

Q: What was your first ever job? When I was a student at catering college in Hertfordshire I worked as a kitchen porter at a country house hotel – it was a great way to observe how kitchens worked and make ...

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Future Talent Conference

On Wednesday, April 29th hundreds of HR professionals gathered at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden for the 2015 edition of the Future Talent Conference Though most of the lectures under the great glass dome focused on human resources ...

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You’re hired

The profile of apprenticeships has increased greatly over the last four years for both facilities management and for the generation preparing to join the workforce. This comes at a time when FM – and business in general – is confronted ...

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Close Protection

Britain has seen a female prime minister lead us to victory in an inter continental war. The pay gap between men and women is as small as it has ever been. Angela Merkel sits astride Europe like a colossus (at ...

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