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Leesman Index reaches 500k milestone

The Leesman Index, the world’s foremost employee workplace experience and effectiveness benchmark, has reached its 500,000 milestone. More than half a million respondents have contributed to what is now the largest independent research project of its kind. In 2010, Leesman ...

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EMCOR UK becomes FM sector’s first Leesman consulting partner

Facilities management provider, EMCOR UK, has become a Leesman consulting partner – the first FM company to do so. The partnership allows EMCOR UK to offer clients the Leesman standardised benchmarking survey to assess how the entire workplace experience is ...

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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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Global think-tank reveals what makes a workforce tick

To mark today’s 2016 Employee Motivation Day, the world’s largest independent measure of workplace effectiveness reveals satisfaction levels among British workers. The Leesman Index benchmarks employee satisfaction in 90 areas, covering workplace design, activities, features and facilities, and contains feedback ...

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Young Managers Forum looks at improving client productivity

The future of facilities management gathered together last night (23 July) to look at improving client productivity and the future of FM. Pimms to of course. Plenty of Pimms. The Young Managers Forum (YMF) was launched by the Facilities Management ...

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Making a mark on FM

Benchmarking offers facilities managers the opportunity to demonstrate added value to the organisations they represent, whether as staff, consultants or service providers. Freelance journalist Jackie Bennett Shaw talks to Professor Bernard Williams FRICS and other industry experts about what benchmarking ...

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Workplace Art – part two

How do workplace occupiers feel about art in their offices? In the second of three columns, Patrick McCrae, founder and director of Works in Print, analyses the current state of workplace art research A 2003 survey by New Hampshire Business ...

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