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Wellness matters

Angela Love, Director of Active Workplace Solutions, argues that workplace wellbeing is more than a fad – it’s essential to the health of the organisation Throw out the rulebook. Get rid of the ‘guide to…’ Workplace wellbeing isn’t a checklist ...

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Tomorrow’s world

The IWFM London Region conference 2019, which took place in March, had one overriding message: The workplace is changing, and FM is leading the way. Sara Bean reports The conference might have taken place at Freemasons’ Hall, a historic art ...

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Smart support

Steve Roberts of Dell EMC describes the many ways that technology can help transform workplace productivity For some time, the UK has been grappling with a productivity problem. Recent figures put it at just 0.2 per cent, a marked decline ...

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ENGIE takes 10th place in top UK companies to work for

ENGIE has been ranked as 10th in the LinkedIn Top Companies 2019, a list of the top 25 companies where UK professionals want to work – and where they remain once they’ve joined. The LinkedIn Top Companies list considers a ...

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London calling

Paul Crilly, Managing Director of NJC, talks to Sara Bean about the rationale behind the relocation of its head office to London’s Victoria and what it signifies for the future of the company NJC(Not Just Cleaning) specialises in providing commercial ...

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Noise pollution is a big cause of dissatisfaction in the modern workplace

Noise in the workplace is having a negative impact on the wellbeing of employees and impacting significantly on their productivity, according to a major new survey. In a survey of 1,000 UK-based office workers, 65 per cent reported that noise ...

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Leesman Index reaches 500k milestone

The Leesman Index, the world’s foremost employee workplace experience and effectiveness benchmark, has reached its 500,000 milestone. More than half a million respondents have contributed to what is now the largest independent research project of its kind. In 2010, Leesman ...

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First impressions

Almost half of candidates have said that the room where they were interviewed for a job would influence their opinion of whether or not to work there. This confirms, says Mark Phillips, MD, K2 Space, why the workplace should not be ...

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Appetite for change

How can employers encourage healthy eating at work without driving staff out into the high street? Sara Bean asked a panel of FMs and a cross-section of caterers for their views According to a recent report by catering analysts MCA, ...

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Why coffee with colleagues could be the key to business success

Steve Norris, Sales Director and Workplace Channel Lead at Nestlé Professional shares why teamwork is so important and why taking a break with colleagues makes sense.  When it comes to being at work, ninety two percent of employees say positive ...

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