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Senior FM leaders resistant to digital progress, says research

More than two-thirds (71 per cent) of C-suite executives, directors and senior managers are sceptical about the benefits of implementing new business technology. According to new research, the Connected Enterprise report, produced by digital transformation specialists Sigma Dynamics, in partnership with ...

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Digital skills gap will challenge UK businesses in 2021

Almost two-thirds (65 per cent) of UK businesses see a digital skills shortfall as one of the most significant challenges facing their company in 2021. This is according to new research from the FTSE 250 professional services firm, FDM Group, ...

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Survey reveals UK workers do not feel completely safe in the workplace

New research released by building technology firm, Honeywell, has revealed 71 per cent of the UK workforce  do not feel completely safe working in their employer’s buildings. This number is even higher for remote workers (78 per cent), who are ...

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Premium amenities, flexible locations and dynamic spaces crucial to workers in 2021

Businesses need to enhance their employee benefits in 2021, according to a new Post-Pandemic Workplace report released by Nespresso Professional and the WORKTECH Academy. According to the report, over three-quarters (78 per cent) of UK employees said they were more likely to ...

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FM firms facing barriers to in-house app development

According to new research, more than nine out of 10 facilities management companies lack the skills or resources to develop employee-facing mobile apps in-house. A report published by mobile data capture specialist, WorkMobile, found that employee-facing mobile apps play a ...

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Visible cleaning processes are key to consumer confidence

Independent research commissioned by ABM UK shows businesses need to put their cleaning processes on centre stage, if they are to regain consumer confidence. The research explored the perception of built environments with regards to the visibility of cleaners now, compared to life pre-Covid-19. It shows that the mere sight of ...

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HSE to lead one of seven studies as part of a national Covid-19 research programme

Britain’s regulator for workplace health and safety has been asked to lead one of seven studies as part of a national Covid-19 research programme. The programme, funded by the UK government and fronted by the Government’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Sir ...

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A third of home workers feel disconnected to their organisation and colleagues

Insights from Leesman’s ongoing home working study of more than 145,000 workers has revealed over a third of home workers (35 per cent) feel disconnected to their organisation when working from home and a further 31 per cent feel disconnected ...

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