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Time to focus

Eve Fitzhenry, Head of Marketing at Boss Design, explains why quiet space free of distractions is an essential component of modern workplace layouts If you ask office workers what they find most irritating and unproductive about their workplace, they are ...

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Room on the outside

With square footage at a premium in many locations, organisations are under pressure to review their use of space. Cyril Parsons of Office Principles makes the case for utilising external meeting facilities The concept of regularly using external space to ...

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Corporates to become the driving force in the flexible workspace industry in 2019

According to new research by Instant Offices, corporates are set to become the driving force within the flexible workspace industry as the way they view their office portfolios continues to change. The flexible workspace sector has ridden the crest of ...

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UK workers want better remote working options

Employers in the UK need to provide more flexible and remote working options in order to attract the best talent, according to new research. Airbnb’s ‘Future of Work’ report has found that the modern trend of remote and flexible working ...

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All in the mind

Changing mindsets through leadership was the topic for discussion at the latest Quora Smartworking Summit, which took place in September at ExCeL London Now in their 17th year, Smartworking Summits feature key decision-makers, speaking under Chatham House rules, who openly ...

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What’s next for the connected workplace?

Trevor Wignall, Digital and Innovation Director for Sodexo UK, discusses the Internet of Things and why sometimes, humans do it better Tech has enabled a seismic shift at home and at work – remember when phones were rudimentary and web ...

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How to make your office more appealing to millennials

It’s no secret that the millennial generation has had a profound impact on society and our office environments are definitely no exception. In fact, the office space may have seen one of the biggest transformations in recent years due to ...

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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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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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A good fit

The BMA’s new staff gym at its London HQ has turned out to be a facility that people actually want to use. BMA Head of Estates, Ian Wade, tells FMJ the secrets of its success Health and wellbeing has moved ...

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