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Almost half of staff do not feel valued or recognised in the workplace

Since the Equality Act of 2010, employers have taken more action to develop ‘inclusive’ workplaces however, new research indicates that more still needs to be done. A recent YouGov Omnibus poll has revealed that 45 per cent of employees in ...

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Flexible working – an all year round benefit

The summer holidays are known to many as a time when flexible working conditions come into its own, especially for working parents however, recent research from global workspace provider Regus reveals that it may play a fundamental role in long-term ...

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Poll launches to find most popular FM software term

International solutions provider of facilities, property and workplace management software, the Service Works Group (SWG), has launched an industry poll to discover which is the most popular term used to described facilities management software. The facilities management sector is awash with ...

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Study shows ‘clear link’ between facilities and students’ choice of University

More than three-quarters* (77%) of students in a recent online poll said that the facilities available at their prospective university played a ‘key’ role in them choosing it. The only factor marginally more important than the facilities was the course ...

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Whilst quarter of FMs have used BIM, cost & integration still top concerns

The full summary from BIM4FM’s Building Information Modelling (BIM) survey reveals surprising results surrounding the high numbers of facilities managers (FM) who have already used BIM; it also lists their key concerns surrounding BIM implementation including cost and integration with current ...

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Savvy desk management could save British business £34bn

UK plc. can potentially save around £34bn by freeing up desk space and working more flexibly, according to a new survey. However, the survey found the majority of UK business leaders are grossly underestimating what is possible to save with ...

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