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Acorn Group launches new facilities service division VORSOR

The Acorn Group has officially launched its specialist division VORSOR Facilities Services. The division has been created as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Acorn following continued expansion in the delivery of facility services and management contracts to an extensive range of blue-chip ...

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Measuring success

Leesman’s CEO, Tim Oldman, explains what the best workplaces in the world are doing differently to everyone else and how others can adopt the same approach At Leesman, we canvass the views of employees in order to arm businesses and ...

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ABM UK pledges its support of the Armed Forces community

ABM UK has pledged its support of the armed services community by becoming a signatory of the Armed Forces Covenant. There are more than two million former members of the armed services in the UK, which equates to approximately five per cent ...

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Ecocleen adopts advanced Right to Work checks solution

Ecocleen, the leading commercial contract cleaning provider, has teamed up with uComply to streamline and simplify its Right to Work checks. The company will use the uAuthenticate mobile application across its nationwide network of franchises, so Regional Directors can immediately ...

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Konecranes Demag signs the Armed Forces Covenant

Lifting equipment manufacturer and service provider, Konecranes Demag UK Ltd, has signed the Armed Forces Covenant. The company has made a commitment to support the Armed Forces community and recognise the contribution to society and business made by serving, reservist ...

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A #POSH idea

Positive Occupational Safety & Health means taking inclusive, diverse and equal action says Louise Hosking Director, Hosking Associates WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT? Achieving true inclusion within diverse and equitable workplaces makes a significant difference to the bottom line. This is ...

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Good work

Tina Chander a partner and Head of the Employment team at Wright Hassall on the Government’s plans to increase workers’ rights with the introduction of the Good Work Plan Since 2010, the UK has experienced lower unemployment rates across every ...

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Kingdom expands in the recruitment sector

Support services firm, Kingdom Services Group, continues with its strategic expansion plans having acquired Manchester-based Contact Industrial Recruitment Ltd, a specialist in the recruitment sectors of driving, industrial, waste and recycling and managed services. Founded in 1997, Contact Recruitment has ...

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Rachel Whitford: What the new flexible working bill could mean for you

The new flexible working bill intends to make all jobs flexible by default. Rachel Whitford, Area Manager for Express Vending explains what this could mean for your business  The future is flexible, at least it will be if the new ...

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The right stuff

Nick Howes, Managing Director at Leadership Management International UK, argues that developing the skills of existing workers could be the solution to closing the UK productivity gap UK businesses continue to struggle to match, let alone exceed, the productivity levels ...

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