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Visible cleaning processes are key to consumer confidence

Independent research commissioned by ABM UK shows businesses need to put their cleaning processes on centre stage, if they are to regain consumer confidence. The research explored the perception of built environments with regards to the visibility of cleaners now, compared to life pre-Covid-19. It shows that the mere sight of ...

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Research reveals the future workplace will have to become more human-centric as workforce priorities change

As workforce priorities change as a result of Covid-19, a new global survey by JLL has revealed that the workplace of the future will be versatile and hybrid, focusing on employee-centric solution. Surveying more than 2,000 office workers across 10 ...

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A third of home workers feel disconnected to their organisation and colleagues

Insights from Leesman’s ongoing home working study of more than 145,000 workers has revealed over a third of home workers (35 per cent) feel disconnected to their organisation when working from home and a further 31 per cent feel disconnected ...

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New research finds half of leaders and managers would not employ a neurodivergent person

New research, published by The Institute of Leadership & Management has revealed a significant lack of understanding and awareness of neurodivergents in the workplace despite an estimated one in seven people being neurodivergent, which includes a range of conditions such ...

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Love Recycling Phase 2: The pandemics impact on commercial recycling

Rubbermaid Commercial Products (RCP) has published the findings from its second Love Recycling study, which delves into the pandemic’s impact on commercial recycling. The initial study, performed at the start of 2020, gave renewed insight into an important area of ...

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Research highlights the concerns of UK workers

As workplaces reopen research has shown that although many UK workers have enjoyed the benefits of working from home, almost a quarter (24 per cent) said their mental wellbeing was lower than normal, a higher percentage than in other countries ...

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JLL outlines key priorities for real estate sector

Real estate services firm, JLL, has outlined ensuring climate resilience and accelerating the net zero carbon transition, delivering healthy buildings and places, and creating a fair and inclusive society as the priorities critical to transforming the real estate sector and ...

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Quarter of frontline workers planning to quit over safety concerns

A new poll of UK frontline workers responding to the Covid-19 crisis reveals how deeply concerned they are about their safety. According to official research commissioned by Blink, the smart employee app, almost one quarter (24 per cent) are planning ...

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Research reveals CEOs and self-employed most optimistic about post-lockdown growth

As the country begins to emerge from lockdown, new research from The Institute of Leadership & Management ‘Life after lockdown: future of work’, explores the predicted changes to the workplace following the Covid-19 outbreak. The research reveals almost three-quarters (73 per ...

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Number of employees reluctant to return to the office doubles

New research has revealed that the number of employees who do not want to return to the office has nearly doubled since the start of the lockdown – rising to 34 per cent, from 19 per cent in April. The ...

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