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Journey’s end

Cycling to work is growing in popularity, but as end-of-route specialist Justin Sires tells Sara Bean, too many are put off by the lack of good end-of-route facilities A major study published last year in the British Medical Journal found that ...

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Premier secures new Met Police deal

Premier Workplace Services has won a new five-year contract for furniture relocation, storage, reuse and recycling services, with the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS). The workplace change service provider has been ...

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Facilitating change

Organisations are subject to continual change, yet their facilities often remain static, impeding progress that is critical to business success. We ask Dave Wilson, FRICS, IFMA Fellow and Director of Effective Facilities Ltd, how facilities managers can manage change to ...

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Global report highlights shifting workplace trends

A new global report which looks at the drivers and perceived benefits of alternative workplace programmes, has uncovered leadership and workplace strategy implications for organisational leaders. The 10-year study, entitled ‘The Once Alternative Workplace Strategies’, was conducted and released by Advanced ...

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Anabas white paper addresses hot-desking and what it means for FMs

Following on from last year’s paper, ‘What Type of Office Worker Are You?’ corporate office FM specialist, Anabas has published its second in a series of white papers, exploring the evolution of agile working, entitled, ‘Hot-Desking; what does it mean for ...

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Acas launches new guidance to help prevent discrimination at work 

Workplace expert, Acas, has published new guidance on religion and belief to help ensure businesses are following the law when it comes to managing staff that have a particular religion, belief or those that don’t hold any beliefs.  The guidance ...

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8 of 10 Brits admit observing Presenteeism in the workplace

According to the recent CIPD survey, people coming into work when they are ill also known as ‘Presenteeism’ has more than tripled since 2010, with 86 per cent of employees admitting they had observed Presenteeism in the workplace. Research by ...

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Survey finds more than half of global workforce want more flexible work options

Employees are seeking control of their personal and professional lives, with more than half asking for more flexible work options, according to Mercer’s new Global Talent Trends Study, which identifies the top five workforce trends for 2018. After years of ...

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Sodexo unveils the 2018 trends shaping the future of the workplace

Sodexo has released its 2018 Global Workplace Trends report, featuring fresh insights to global workforce leaders and decision makers. The report highlights the most critical factors affecting the future of work and demonstrates how an improved workplace experience is key ...

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Remote working option ‘helps retain staff’, say employers 

An increasing number of small and medium business owners are recognising the benefits of allowing their staff to work remotely, according to a survey. The poll, conducted by Dale Office Interiors, posed the question: ‘Do you think your company would ...

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