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Research reveals surge in office ventilation during pandemic

A new report has revealed a surge of investment in office ventilation, cooling and air conditioning from UK businesses and the public sector over the last year. The research by energy efficiency consultancy EEVS was undertaken between April and June ...

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3.6 million workers feel they are being rushed back to the office

With more than 13.5 million workers having returned to their place of work for at least one day a week, more than four million say that they do not feel entirely safe doing so, according to new research by Direct ...

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Net-Zero 2050: Built environment sector questions feasibility

Sixty-nine per cent of built environmental specialists are sceptical about the government’s current net-zero strategy according to new research. The findings, published in the City of Tomorrow The Road to Net Zero report by building performance analysts IES, found that ...

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The future of work is hybrid but the majority of organisations are still unprepared

A new report commissioned by Siemens from analyst firm Verdantix, has found that while the move to flexible working is widely accepted, preparedness to implement such a strategy is not yet fully realised. Comfy and Enlighted, subsidiary companies of Siemens ...

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Majority of companies have had a lone worker incident in the past three years

New research from lone worker solution, StaySafe, has found the majority of companies (68 per cent) have experienced an incident involving a lone worker in the past three years, with a fifth of these incidents described as severe or very ...

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Nestlé Coffee Partners launches productivity podcast to help maximise workplace potential

Nestlé Coffee Partners has shared research* revealing that 7 out of 10 employees feel more productive and have better work ideas after a cup of coffee. More than a third of respondents (39%) came back and cracked a problem, 12% ...

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Covid safety remains a concern for shoppers returning to the high street

New research from Mitie has revealed that while restrictions have now lifted, almost three quarters (73 per cent) of Brits are still worried about visiting shops and cafés where there are no Covid-19 measures in place. In addition, more than ...

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Businesses report employee mental health support has improved

New research by workplace expert, Acas, has found that more than a third of British employers have seen their mental health support improve since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic. Acas commissioned YouGov to ask businesses in Britain about whether ...

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Student accommodation causes Covid concern for over three quarters of students

New research has found that the majority of UK students feel their accommodation could be better designed to minimise the risk of Covid on campus. The survey commissioned by Manor Interiors, experts in build-to-rent furnishing solutions, found that 78 per ...

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Connectivity pushes up the agenda for office tenants post-pandemic

Digital connectivity is more important than location and even rental price for commercial tenants looking for new offices in the wake of Covid-19, according to research from Backbone Connect. The new report, Connecting the dots: What office tenants want, found that ...

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