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Office workers are feeling the chill

As workers across the country make their way through the cold winter months, flexible office specialist Workthere has conducted research into the age-old office temperature debate. According to the research, 89 per cent of UK office workers lose productivity if ...

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Companies could be breaking GDPR rules when it comes to visitor data

New research by Proxyclick has revealed that organisations are inadvertently breaking GDPR rules by allowing visitors to see who’s been in a building before them. The research by the visitor management firm, revealed that 62 per cent of office workers across ...

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Poor quality offices costing the economy £4bn a year 

New research released today reveals that one in five UK workers have around two unproductive hours every week caused by poor or inadequate office and work environments. According to the report by Mace and its facilities management arm Mace Macro, disruptive ...

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Construction workers facing needless workplace dangers says research

Unite, the construction union, has called for employers to start taking workers’ safety seriously, in response to a survey published today (22 November) by Direct Line for Business which found that there were 196 fatal accidents and 26,196 non-fatal accidents ...

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Global businesses moving towards flexible workspace

Global corporates intend to operate increasingly from flexible, serviced and co-working spaces, which create a more collaborative working environment and offer the freedom to expand and contract quickly according to market conditions. As a result, the demand for flexible workspace ...

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Gig economy driving growth in flex space across Europe

Global real estate consultancy, JLL, has today (7 November) published Disruption or Distraction, a report delving into the growth of flexible office space across Europe, a sector which has more than doubled in size since 2014 and is set to ...

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Leesman reveals employee experience sentiment ‘super-drivers’

Research from employee experience thinktank, Leesman, reveals a series of mission critical drivers organisations need to deliver if they are to foster outstanding workplace experience. ‘The Workplace Experience Revolution’ is the result of analysis across 401,362 global employees’ workplace experiences. Drawn ...

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A third of UK employers invest in ‘cool’ office features to boost staff morale and productivity

One in three employers have invested in their workspace with the aim of boosting staff morale and enhancing productivity, according to a new study by totaljobs. The research highlights the importance of providing facilities such as showers and bike storage, ...

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Lack of apprenticeship awareness is limiting career choices

Thirty-six per cent of parents of young people aged 11 to 16 in the UK don’t know what an apprenticeship is according to new research commissioned by facilities management solutions provider, ABM UK, signalling a wider awareness problem which is ...

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BCO research reveals ‘Wellness Matters’

New research by the British Council for Offices (BCO) has revealed that wellness does matter following a year-long study into Health and Wellbeing in offices. The completion of of study “Wellness Matters: Health and Wellbeing in offices and what to ...

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