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Whilst quarter of FMs have used BIM, cost & integration still top concerns

The full summary from BIM4FM’s Building Information Modelling (BIM) survey reveals surprising results surrounding the high numbers of facilities managers (FM) who have already used BIM; it also lists their key concerns surrounding BIM implementation including cost and integration with current ...

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The latest buzz: What is holding back nine out of 10 office workers’ productivity?

According to new research, UK workers are crying out for offices with more “buzz” – i.e. the combination of a good atmosphere, energy and teamwork. Nine in ten UK office workers say a buzzy atmosphere increases their productivity. Four-fifths claim ...

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FM service providers failing to earn client’s contract loyalty

Client-to-service provider loyalty in the Facilities Management (FM) industry is lower than in ‘any other sector’ new research has found. The new data shows service providers are failing to build strong relationships with their clients meaning clients are more likely ...

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Caterers association responds to claims of NHS scraping patient’s meal dissatisfaction under the table

The Hospital Caterers Association has responded to the yesterday’s announcement by the alliance for better food and farming, Sustain, under the banner of the “Better Hospital food Campaign”, which made claims that NHS hospitals are deliberately hiding patient dissatisfaction with food. ...

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The blurred lines between work and home life highlighted in new survey

A newly released survey presents a snapshot of just how much people work when not at work. The survey found more than 90 per cent of employees in the United States and Australia, and 88 per cent of employees in Great ...

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Office space per worker shrinks by a third in three years

The average amount of space per office worker globally has dropped by a third to 150 square feet or less, from 225 square feet in 2010, according to a recent global survey. Furthermore, these figures are due to contract by ...

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Service sector powers to a six year high

The UK service sector expanded at its quickest pace for over six-and-a-half years in July as new business continued to rise strongly amid evidence of an improvement in market conditions. The strong gain in new work placed pressure on capacity, ...

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FMs’ sustainable business practices can be improved on, BIFM survey finds

The British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) has published the findings from the 7th annual Sustainability in Facilities Management survey that provides a barometer on how facilities management professionals and the businesses they represent are engaging with the sustainability agenda. ...

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Proving value of FM services – still the industry challenge, finds survey

Leading up to the British Institute of Facilities Management’s conference Think FM in June, Workplace Law conducted its second annual research study into the value that great facilities management (FM) delivers, as part of its ongoing investigation into how those ...

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Industry calls for skills and training to be more focused on employers’ needs

A report detailing how firms are struggling to find employees with the skills to fit their respective profession and calling for profession-targeted qualifications, has prompted agreement from the British Institue of Facilities Management. The recent survey for the Confederation of British Industry and education ...

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