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Sustainability is ‘very important’ for most SMEs but less than half use a recycling service

New research from waste management firm, Biffa, has found that whilst SMEs are keen to be more sustainable some are struggling to make changes like recycling. The survey of over 1,000 small to medium-sized businesses in the UK revealed 59 ...

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Research highlights gaps in UK’s workplace training provisions

In its recent whitepaper report ‘Are we trained for work?’, research by enterprise LMS provider Digits has revealed that over a quarter (27 per cent) of British workers may not have received enough training for their current roles, while a similar ...

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Corporate Real Estate is being driven by ESG and adoption of hybrid working, finds JLL report

Corporate owner occupiers and potential investors, are being increasingly driven by ESG factors and the adoption of post-Covid hybrid working patterns. This is according to the latest issue of JLL’s annual – ‘Raising Capital from Corporate Real Estate’ report – ...

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Four in five UK companies ‘unable to scale’ digital transformation plans

As the UK economy seeks to ‘build back better’ from the Covid-19 pandemic, connectivity funding is revealed as the key to successful business growth however, many UK businesses are in danger of suffering stunted growth due to a lack of ...

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Employee complacency over fire safety is a top concern for business leaders

As employees return to their places of work following the pandemic, new research has revealed that UK business leaders are most concerned about employee complacency relating to fire safety following false fire alarms in the workplace. The research carried out ...

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BCO calls on businesses to include active commuting in ESG policies

According to new research from the British Council for Offices (BCO) putting active commuting at the heart of ESG policies can shift commuters towards more sustainable forms of travel, improve individual health and wellbeing and help companies cut carbon emissions. ...

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Research reveals the most in-demand features of offices and workspaces right now

Meeting rooms, breakout areas and outdoor spaces are the most in-demand workspace features, according to new research by infinitSpace. The European flexible workspace provider commissioned an independent study among 200 UK office landlords, asking them which features were most important in attracting ...

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Post pandemic recovery sparks demand for workplace cleaning services

UK businesses are prioritising the health and wellness of their employees more than ever, as new data reveals an increase of up to 90 per cent demand for office cleaners across the UK. Research carried out by facilities management provider, ...

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A third of employers plan to scrap self-isolation for workers

New research by HR software provider CIPHR suggests that many British employers won’t require staff who test positive for Covid-19 to self-isolate at home once any remaining legal restrictions are lifted. The poll of 250 business owners, CEOs and senior managers ...

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Many businesses have still not developed a future of work programme to meet the rising demands and expectations of their staff

Companies are unprepared for the structural shift to hybrid working and must do more to create responsible, personalised and experiential workplaces, a new report from JLL reveals. Intensive experimentation and piloting are needed to achieve hybrid working models that will ...

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