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The blurring line between work and home life

New research of 8,800 workers from across Europe shows the line between work and home life is becoming increasingly blurred, with two-thirds (67 percent) of employees saying work is keeping them busy out of hours. This is according to the ...

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Around 1.4 million workers are on non-guaranteed hours contracts

The office for National Statistics (ONS) has revealed in a snapshot survey that around 1.4 million employee contracts that do not guarantee a minimum number of hours are being used by employers in Great Britain. The estimation includes all those contracts ...

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Return of “mega deal” gets 2014 outsourcing off to an egg-cellent start

The global outsourcing industry is off to a egg-ceptional start this year, with the return of the “mega deal”, which is fuelling double-digit growth in first-quarter contract value.  According to new figures, 10 “mega-contracts” worth more than $100 million (£59.42m) in ...

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New report highlights inadequacies of the energy EPC system

A new report that compares the energy efficiency performance of buildings holding good Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) ratings versus those that have lower scoring energy ratings, has demonstrated surprising results. The research results suggest that EPCs alone are not sufficient ...

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FM Index KPI survey looks at bookable resources

Now in its seventh year, the FM Index KPI Survey, compiled by FMJ and Causeway, reports on key trends in the FM sector. The 2012 survey has recently been completed. Here we look at the latest data relating to bookable ...

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