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Office design and facilities management go hand in hand

As office fit-out and refurbishment specialists Oktra understands that facilities management teams are critical to the success of effective workspace design. Importantly, they have the overview and the insight into how space is used by the business, what’s working well ...

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The Internet of FM

In this article Bob Vale – technical sales manager at Eurotech explains how the much vaunted “Internet of Things” is set to revolutionise facilities management, and what you need to know and do to keep up with developments There is ...

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Career Ladder talks to the MD at Cordant Security

Q: What was your first ever job? Washing up at the Farnborough airshow. Q: What was your first job in the FM sector? Business development manager for Security Sales in London Q: When did you first hear the term ‘facilities management’? And what ...

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What does FM require from a new government?

With the general election now less than 100 days away, what policies and strategies does the FM industry need to see implemented by any new government 
in order to flourish in the years ahead? THE END-USER’S VIEW GUY STALLARD, 
CHAIRMAN, ...

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Facilities Admin Manager

We’re looking for an enthusiastic Facilities Manager with experience of property and office management to lead our Facilities team in the running and maintenance of the Charity’s head office property in Cheam, Surrey. Reporting to Director for Finance and Corporate ...

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Langstone Technology Park recommended as a good place to grow business in 2015

Ninety-six per cent of respondents to a recent customer feedback questionnaire would recommend Langstone Technology Park, one of Hampshire’s largest business parks, as a good place for businesses to grow. The survey was commissioned by national facilities and property management company ...

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You’re hired

The profile of apprenticeships has increased greatly over the last four years for both facilities management and for the generation preparing to join the workforce. This comes at a time when FM – and business in general – is confronted ...

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Career Ladder talks to CEO at Urbanise

Q: What was your first ever job? I was a waiter during my time as an impoverished undergraduate for one day – let’s just say it cost me more in buying the acceptable attire for the occasion than I actually banked ...

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A commitment to FM training and qualifications

A commitment to training and qualifications differentiates excellent companies and FMs from the rest, says Jane Bell, director of Learning and Development Services, BIFM Training The old Chinese saying about living in ‘interesting times’ seems never to have been more ...

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Lessons learnt from awkward conversations

Awkward conversations are an unfortunate but necessary part of a working life, coming in all shapes, sizes and varieties. What is the most unpleasant encounter you have ever had in your career and what lessons did you learn from this? ...

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