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New study reveals requirements when procuring security

At a time when businesses are increasingly alert to security threats, outsourcing is the most popular option according to independent research conducted on behalf of facility services specialists, Grosvenor Services. Key findings from the study revealed that 80 per cent of ...

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Flex the role or lose the talent

If your business doesn’t offer flexible work options then top employees may look to switch to somewhere that does according to a new survey from Regus. Over 3,000 professionals across a variety of sectors were surveyed on the importance of flexibility ...

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Views sought on industry apprenticeships and qualifications

Employers in FM and property services are being asked to submit views on industry apprenticeships and qualifications. SummitSkills, the Standard Setting Organisation conducting the survey, will use the feedback to review and potentially update what’s currently in place, to ensure ...

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Quality of Life should be top priority for SMEs

SME leaders in seven countries believe that quality of life is a major strength in boosting their attraction, competitiveness and performance according to a Sodexo Benefits andRewards Services/TNS Sofres survey. For the first time ever worldwide, 4,800 leaders of small ...

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Access remains a key barrier in creating a diverse workforce

People with physical and mental disabilities still face significant barriers within the workplace, according to a new SME Diversity Survey commissioned by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). The YouGov survey of senior British SME decision-makers found that a lack ...

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BCC publishes UK cleaning industry research

A new survey which examines the changes in the UK cleaning industry over a six-year period up to 2014, has been published by the British Cleaning Council (BCC). The study looks in detail at a number of key industry areas including employment, ...

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Millennials are opting for ethical sustainable menus

Half of millennials (18 – 34 year olds) are more likely to eat out in venues where they are told about where the food on their plate comes from, according to survey results published today. The survey, carried out by ...

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Could we be heading for a six-hour working day like Sweden?

The results of a new poll have revealed major support from both workers and bosses for a Swedish-style six-hour day. The eight-hour working day has been part of British culture since the days of the Industrial Revolution when Robert Owen campaigned for ...

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BIFM launches Middle East Business Confidence Monitor 2016

The British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) and FM EXPO have launched the initial phase of the Facilities Management Business Confidence Monitor (BCM) 2016 for the Middle East, which provides an assessment and measure of FM industry confidence and prospects across the region. ...

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Property guardianship may be the next ‘Achilles heel’ for vacant properties

Facilities and property managers are increasingly turning to property guardianship to keep vacant properties safe and secure according to a new survey carried out by the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) and vacant property management specialist Orbis. The results ...

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