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Ground Control becomes Living Wage Employer

Landscape and maintenance contractor, Ground Control, has strengthened its employer credentials by committing to pay its workers the Living Wage. Its employees across the country will earn £9.50 per hour – or £10.85 if based in in London. Both rates ...

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Moneypenny partners with WORKTECH Academy to create insights on the future of work

Moneypenny, a provider of outsourced corporate communications, has announced a global partnership with WORKTECH Academy, a knowledge platform and membership club for how we’ll work tomorrow. The partnership will bring Moneypenny right to the heart of the WORKTECH network, enabling ...

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Boden scores FM deal with the Exeter Chiefs

Facilities management specialist Boden Group has won a new contract to manage the building facilities at The Sandy Park Stadium, home of Devon’s Premiership Rugby team, Exeter Chiefs. Having supported the Chiefs for several years with its fire and security ...

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IWFM urges businesses to do more to support hybrid working

Research from the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM) warns that half (50 per cent) of UK workers are being pressured to return to unfit office spaces by their bosses, with almost half (49 per cent) feeling they are ...

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Staff still concerned their offices aren’t COVID-secure

More than a third of workers (35 per cent) are still concerned their offices aren’t COVID secure, according to new research from Mitie. With COVID-19 restrictions set to end on July 19, more than half (52 per cent) of British ...

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VR training introduced for Corps Security officers at two London sites

More than 70 Corps Security officers at BNP Paribas and the Royal Opera House are to undertake immersive and interactive training on topics including patrolling, managing protests, dealing with suspect packages or aggressive people and being aware of potential hostile ...

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Workers do want to return to the office, but in a flexible way

Demand for office working remains strong among both employers and workers but on a flexible basis, suggests new research from Office Space in Town (OSiT). While two-times the number of people are now working from their office than in May ...

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Compass in retail partnership with Northampton General Hospital

Compass Group UK & Ireland’s Healthcare Retail team is working with Northampton General Hospital, as one part of three major developments improving staff welfare, as well as enhancing patient and visitor experience. Compass has been working in partnership with the hospital ...

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New Head of Academy and Policy at Lighting Industry Association

Bob Bohannon has joined the management team of the Lighting Industry Association (LIA) in the role of Head of Academy and Policy. This is a key role for the LIA and will provide strategy and leadership in the Academy, as ...

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Sodexo awarded FM contract for new COVID-19 laboratory

Sodexo has been awarded the contract to provide a range of facilities management services at the new Department of Health and Social Care owned and run Rosalind Franklin Laboratory in Royal Leamington Spa. The new laboratory, named after Rosalind Franklin, ...

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