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Breaking down barriers

Louie-Mae Gibson, Estate Director and Operations Board Member for Business balance at Knight Frank Promise (KFP) focusing on Women in Business, is using her considerable experience to fulfil a commitment to advancing the opportunities for women in property and FM ...

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Sodexo launches new programme to mark International Women’s Day

Sodexo is celebrating International Women’s Day 2021 with the launch of a series of virtual engagement events designed to help female prison leavers get back into employment. The sessions will be delivered as part of Sodexo’s SheWorks programme, aimed at introducing women ...

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Power of difference

Kate Cooper, Head of Research, Policy & Standards at The Institute of Leadership & Management discusses its recent research, ‘Workplace neurodiversity: the power of difference’(i) Writing in Business Insider(ii) recently, Bank of America’s Chief Information Security Officer Craig Froelich urged ...

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Engineered for success

Between 20–30 per cent of all UK engineers are employed in FM, but the UK faces an engineering skills shortage. Sara Searle, Head of HR & Payroll and Julie Connell HR Generalist at Liebherr, explain how a long running National ...

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Rule of six

James McGill, Vice President, Customer Success at HireVue describes the six competencies to look for when hiring ‘work from home’ (WFH) team members Working from home isn’t a new concept, in fact before the pandemic changed how we view the ...

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New research finds half of leaders and managers would not employ a neurodivergent person

New research, published by The Institute of Leadership & Management has revealed a significant lack of understanding and awareness of neurodivergents in the workplace despite an estimated one in seven people being neurodivergent, which includes a range of conditions such ...

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Terms of engagement

With the furlough scheme coming to an end on October 31st, many firms will be forced to change their employment strategies to stay solvent. Can employers persuade staff to take a cut in hours or take holidays? Karen Holden, founder ...

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Leadership race

To help promote race and equality, the FM sector needs to take a proactive approach to developing BAME workers for senior roles, says Matt Chapman, Atalian Servest’s Chief Marketing & Development Officer (UK & Ireland) It is beyond cliché to ...

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Two thirds of property industry workers expect a pay rise within the next 12 months

Despite Coronavirus setbacks impacting the economy two thirds (66.7 per cent) of property professionals still expect to receive a pay rise from their employer in the next 12 months, despite the country going into a recession as a result of ...

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Leave of absence

At the beginning of July the Government published updated guidance on the ‘flexible furlough’ arrangements that will apply under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (JRS). Alan Lewis, a Partner at Constantine Law updates FMs on the legal issues you now ...

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