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Organisations urged to deliver a healthier hybrid workplace

Britain’s homeworkers may have been shielded from some of the frontline impacts of the virus, but the impact upon their health and wellbeing has still been high, claims a new report Healthy Hybrid: a Blueprint for Business, published by the Royal ...

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Rewarding role

In the latest in our celebration of the role played by FMs working at the service front, Lorna Jack, Gas Service Engineer for EMCOR UK describes her rewarding career As a gas service engineer for EMCOR UK, Lorna Jack has ...

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Report highlights impact of Covid on the future of office parking

As companies grapple with how to manage their office space post-Covid, new research from parking management software firm, ParkOffice.io, has revealed over a quarter of businesses (26.8 per cent) are actively in the process of reducing their employee car parks. ...

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Changing of the guards

FMJ reports on how the manned security sector has evolved to meet the challenges of the past year and how the sector is planning for the future Over the past year security guards have played key roles at a range ...

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FM sector stands tall to celebrate World FM Day

Today is World FM Day when FMs from across the world come together to celebrate the key role the sector plays in the global economy. This year’s theme is: Celebrating FM – Standing Tall Beyond the Pandemic. Describing the aims ...

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People and planet

Olena Neznal, Vice President, Kimberly-Clark Professional EMEA, invites business to consider newly-urgent questions sparked by the pandemic. Namely, how do we waste less, use resources better, and keep employees safe? While COVID-19 has heightened awareness of health and hygiene, it’s ...

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Employees concerned over cleanliness of offices

More than half of British workers would be happy to never return to the office due to fears of germs, a lack of social distancing and being in a room with lots of other people, according to new research. A ...

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Workplace policies on PPE top of the agenda following landmark ruling

A Tribunal hearing that ruled an employee was fairly dismissed for refusing to wear a face mask at work, highlights the importance of employers carefully considering and clearly communicating the rules on wearing PPE in the workplace, an employment lawyer ...

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As businesses reopen the TUC issues warning on workplace safety

Whilst yesterday saw the easing of lockdown restrictions across the country, Frances O’ Grady, General Secretary of the Trades Congress Union (TUC) warned businesses not to drop their guard on workplace safety. In a statement issued by the TUC, O’Grady ...

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The role of digital solutions in driving safe water system management

By Katy Rogers, Commercial Business Director at Rada COVID-19 has led to our leisure centres, hotels, offices, venues and public buildings being non-operational for many months. Previously used to daily footfall, the subsequent decline in water usage in these buildings ...

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