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Harmless tea breaks putting businesses at risk

New research by global workspace provider, Regus, has revealed that workers are putting business privacy at risk, whilst out of the office. Although many employees try to catch up on work while on public transport, nearly seven in 10 respondents pinpointed ...

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Andron strolls home with London South Bank deal

Facilities management services provider, Andron Facilities Management has been awarded an interim soft service contract at London’s South Bank for Coin Street Community Builders (CSCB). CSCB is a social enterprise and development trust set up to make London’s South Bank ...

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Eight workplace food trends for 2014

Eating habits have changed massively over the last ten years and they continue to do so. In fact, the Evening Standard recently reported that Londoners are eating out more than ever before – and at lower prices – fuelling an ...

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Global research finds hygiene is vital to customers’ return visits

Hygiene standards drive revenue and reputation in the retail and hospitality sectors   • Restaurants: 88% admit hygienic washroom facilities are an important factor in returning • Cafés: 48% admit to not returning to a restaurant or café because of poor ...

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The Ginger Chef rustles up local flavours for Chartwell’s food offering at University of Sussex

Education caterer Chartwells has joined forces with Brighton chef Ben McKellar, aka The Ginger Chef from the renowned Gingerman Restaurant Group, to bring a local flavour to the University of Sussex’s campus, hospitality and event dining under a new 10-year ...

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