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Survey highlights impact of lockdown remote working on wellbeing and health and safety

A new survey from Office Space in Town (OSiT) has identified the hidden impact of lockdown remote working on wellbeing and health, with findings revealing that the majority of workers favour a full return to the office. The findings indicate that ...

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COVID-19 anxiety changing commuter travel habits

New research by London-based premium managed car service, Addison Lee, has found six out of 10 London commuters will change the way they travel when the return to work begins with COVID-19 safety concerns changing transport demand patterns. In a ...

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Data reveals 60% of people want to continue working from home post Covid-19

With many businesses across the globe forced to work remotely as a result of Covid-19, new data by Adzooma, suggests that this could be the new normal, killing the traditional office as we know it. In the UK, more than ...

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Trade bodies seek to understand RPE state-of-play in engineering services

A new survey which aims to establish the availability, cost and use of respiratory protective equipment (RPE) in engineering services has been launched. The availability and cost of  RPE and most notably face masks, has become a major issue since coronavirus ...

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Engineering services sector looks to ‘hold on’ through coronavirus storm

A new engineering services sector survey shows that three-quarters of businesses (73 per cent) expect their turnover to fall in the second quarter of 2020, compared to the first quarter. Looking further ahead to the third quarter of 2020, a ...

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UKHospitality launches new alliance to support hospitality supplier businesses

The trade body for the UK’s hospitality sector has launched a new Supplier Alliance to put pressure on the Government to support hospitality supplier businesses that have been hit equally as hard as venues by the coronavirus pandemic. The group, ...

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Businesses favour a phased return to the workplace

Most companies plan to take a gradual, cautious approach to bringing employees back to their workplaces according to a new survey conducted by global real estate advisor, CBRE. As governments begin to lift restrictions tied to Covid-19, roughly half of ...

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Furlough scheme has prevented mass job losses

More than a fifth (22 per cent) of organisations expect to make some redundancies over the next three months, but the picture would be a lot bleaker without the option to put staff on furlough. This is according to the ...

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RICS launches new Facilities Management Survey

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is looking to gather insights into how the Facilities Management sector is reacting during this challenging situation and would be very grateful to receive your input if you could find the time. Given ...

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Tech trends

FM is undergoing a cultural shift in creating new strategies that balance technology and trade skills, according to new research carried out by Service Works Global, FMJ (UK) and FM magazine (Australia). Gary Watkins, CEO at Service Works Global, presents ...

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