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Quora Smartworking Summit: Understanding the changing business model

Now in its 16th year, the first of the 2018 series of Quora Consulting’s Smartworking Summits  ‘Understanding the changing business model’ will be taking place on 7 March at 43-44 Crutched Friars, in London. Bringing together CEOs, CFOs, COOs to CHROs, ...

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Kate Taylor to drive wellbeing for Bennett Hay in their workplace cafes

Bennett Hay, the bespoke hospitality provider has announced a partnership with nutritionist, food consultant and fitness coach Kate Taylor as part of their wider health and wellbeing strategy. Kate will provide tailored consultancy, drive wellbeing in Bennett Hay’s workplace cafés ...

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CBRE launches new capability to enhance workplace experiences

CBRE has launched a new global capability, called CBRE 360, focused on delivering enhanced employee experiences in the workplace. The capability will help property investors and occupiers create customised workplace solutions by integrating property services and amenities with advanced digital ...

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Sodexo hosts event on gender pay gap for oil & gas industry

Sodexo has hosted an oil and gas industry event on UK gender pay gap reporting legislation coming into force next year. Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Meg Horsburgh and Head of Reward, Mark Goodyer spoke to HR experts from a ...

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A third of office workers do not take work breaks

The results of a new survey have revealed that one in three office workers are unable to make the most of breaks at work. A third (33 per cent) of office workers feel that their employer and or working environment does ...

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Shift in corporate occupier behaviour sees the rise of the flexible office market

The rise of the flexible office is the result of dramatic changes in the way corporate occupiers approach their real estate decisions, and will open up opportunities for landlords able to adapt and respond to these shifts, claims a new ...

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Property sector needs to be ready for seismic impact of new technology

Seismic impact of new technology will change where and when we work and the property sector needs to be ready finds conference. It won’t be the effect of one new technology that will affect the corporate real sector – but ...

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Smart buildings revolution on show

The Smart Buildings Show 2017 – the UK’s first dedicated Smart Buildings event took place at the Barbican on 8-9 November. It should come as no surprise that our buildings are getting smarter. Technology is getting even more advanced and spaces ...

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Workplace Trends Conference: The changing nature of work

When it comes to predicting the workplace of the future, the autumn Workplace Trends conference has built up a high level of credibility since it was launched 15 years ago. During that period, the conference, which is curated by Environmental ...

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Leesman report reveals almost half of UK workplaces do not aid productivity

Workplace experts, the Leesman Index, has today launched a new global report which looks at how a poorly planned workplace can have a negative impact on employees, inhibiting their ability to perform.  Titled ‘The Next 250k’, the report is based on ...

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