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Hybrid power

Hybrid working that enables people to work from anywhere can help attract a more diverse workforce with different perspectives, says Lee Daniels, Head of Workforce EMEA and Workplace UK at JLL With the rise in hybrid working, it’s not just ...

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Building a sustainable future

Amey Consulting’s Managing Director Alex Gilbert warns that the UK needs new skills and new thinking if it is to meet its net zero targets The need to build a more sustainable future is not in doubt. Tackling climate change ...

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Webinar – ways of meeting the challenges of recruiting in FM

The facilities management sector is facing huge challenges in filling soft services roles, but the contribution it made in maintaining front line services during the pandemic has raised the sector’s profile, giving FMs the opportunity to widen the recruitment pool. ...

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Building recruits

Harvey Gretton, Managing Director at Blayze Group offers expert advice on meeting the challenges of recruiting within the built environment The UK construction industry is facing a serious skills shortage in both professional and practical roles, with young people, ethnic ...

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Cleaning industry staffing shortages at critical juncture

Employers in the cleaning sector need to adapt to a rapidly changing workforce if they are to win the “frantic” battle for workers, warns redwigwam. The flexible worker company says that only by adopting new approaches can businesses expect to ...

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Cleaning and hygiene industry facing ‘severe’ staff shortages

The cleaning and hygiene industry is suffering “severe” staff shortages with the rate of vacancies having increased dramatically, according to a new survey carried out by the British Cleaning Council (BCC). As one of the UK’s biggest industries recruitment problems ...

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Right behaviour

How can recruiters balance a cultural fit with diversity? Through a more behavioural led recruitment strategy says David Bernard, CEO of predictive hiring firm, AssessFirst Warnings have come from the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) of a huge recruitment challenge. ...

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No jab, No job?

More than 30 per cent of large UK firms have signalled that staff may be asked for proof of vaccination before they can physically return to work. Karen Holden, CEO of A City Law Firm looks at the legal issues ...

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Maxim FM on recruitment drive following a number of new contract wins

Maxim Facilities Management is looking to create up to 100 new jobs over the next year after winning a string of new contracts across the country. The Sunderland-based firm provides commercial contract cleaning and facilities management services to public and ...

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‘Colossal’ skills drive required for Government’s £650bn Infrastructure Pipeline plan

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has warned that whilst the government’s announcement of a record £650 billion investment in infrastructure projects over the next decade will be a massive boost for the buildings services sector, this will need to ...

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