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Workplace Law publishes legal update on FM outsourcing

Workplace Law, the employee relations division of International Workplace, has issued a white paper on the employment law aspects of outsourcing in the facilities management sector. The white paper – Joint employer status: implications for outsourcing in the FM sector ...

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Hospitality sector addresses employment risks

The most recent meeting of the Hospitality Network addressed the pressures employers are facing from the fallout of Brexit, challenges to the so-called ‘gig’ economy, and a landmark legal case. Tar Tumber, Director of Employee Relations at Workplace Law, reports ...

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Don’t bury your head in the sand

Over the recent months there has been a large amount of new legislation making itself felt in the FM sector and of course there will be plenty more to come. Workplace Law’s Lee Calver explains and analyses the impact of ...

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Agents4RM invests in Workplace Law

International facilities management consultancy, Agents4RM has acquired a 50 per cent stake in the Workplace Law Group. The joint venture which brings together two well-known industry figures – Lionel Prodgers and David Sharp – aims to create a global learning ...

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FM case studies sell FM benefits to business

Last week, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors launched the first six in a series of case studies, designed to highlight the relevance of the facilities management profession to those outside the industry. The unveiling of the glossy document took ...

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A co-operative approach to FM

This month the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, together with its partner Workplace Law, launched a series of case studies about the FM industry, with the aim of demonstrating to people outside of the sector the contribution that strategic FM ...

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FM case studies to sell FM benefits to business

In an effort to highlight the relevance of the facilities management (FM) profession to those outside the industry, six case studies will today be launched at an RICS event, held at the BBC facilities at Salford Quays. There is widespread agreement ...

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Deep impactful discussions planned for ThinkFM 2014

The impact facilities management (FM) makes on business, the economy and society will be the core focus of ThinkFM 2014. The one-day conference, delivered by the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) with headline sponsor Workplace Law, will take place ...

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DNA of a successful facilities manager mapped out

What makes up the DNA of a successful facilities manager? The BIFM People Management Special Interest Group and Workplace Law set out to find out. The BIFM People Management Special Interest Group organised an evening seminar to focus on what makes ...

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Does FM’s new sustainability index make the grade?

A new index has been launched this week that claims to provide an assessment for comparing the UK’s facilities management (FM) services providers’ sustainability achievements, but does this index really do ‘exactly what it says on the tin’? While the ...

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