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Cleaning up our act

Aaron Sagar, Account Manager at Anabas, makes the case for rewarding cleaning staff fairly for their efforts   As FM providers, we expect our clients to pay a fair contract price, which often includes multiple services, overheads and a management ...

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MoJ outsourced service workers set to strike over pay

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is expected to be forced to close for the duration of a 48 hour strike by security guards, cleaners and receptionists between 21-23 January organised by the trade union United Voices of the World (UVW). ...

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Facilicom’s profits grow

Facilicom Cleaning Services has reported a growth of 17 per cent on the previous year, takings its turnover to £37.5 million – almost doubling its net profit in both percentage and monetary terms. Record results were achieved by the company’s ...

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Worker resilience

No one is completely sure how many people actually work in the facilities management industry. It’s probably an impossible question to answer, but the official guestimate from most people in the sector tends to be between nine and 11 per ...

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Incentive FM recognised as a Living Wage Service Provider

Incentive FM Group has been accredited as a Living Wage Provider, formalising the company’s ongoing commitment to paying the employees that work within its central team, the National Living Wage as a minimum.  Incentive FM Group will also be providing a Living ...

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National Minimum Wage rises above inflation

New National Minimum Wage (NWM) rates which come into force today (1 October 2014), are set to benefit over one million of Britain’s lowest-paid workers. The hourly rate will rise to £6.50, the first real terms cash increase since 2008,  and ...

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BIFM adds support to London Living Wage

The British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) hosted an evening talk at KPMG’s Canary Wharf offices on Tuesday 12 November to advance the case for employers in the facilities management sector to adopt the London Living Wage. Speakers included Rhys ...

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