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People management

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  • Half of hospitality workers 'work unpaid overtime'Most workers in the hospitality sector work overtime but only half are paid for doing so, according to the findings of a survey. 28/04/2016
  • Softcat and McDonald's are 'UK's best workplaces'IT firm Softcat plc and fast-food chain McDonald's have been named the best workplaces in the UK. 28/04/2016
  • Violence at work is injurious to mental healthAggressive behaviour, violence and crime can be a major contributor to stress and unhappiness at work, said a company that helps businesses protect staff from such behaviour. 28/04/2016
  • Employers are 'spooked' by labour costsThe latest UK employment figures suggest that employers are spooked by increasing labour costs, according to a spokesperson from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). 27/04/2016
  • WorldGBC: speed efforts to cut building emissionsGovernments, businesses, consumer groups and NGOs across Europe are being urged by the World Green Building Council to come together to create plans for how their countries will cut emissions from existing buildings to meet the Paris Agreement and halt global temperature rises. 27/04/2016
  • Humphreys takes chair at AUDEThe Association for Directors of Estates has appointed Trevor Humphreys as its chair. 26/04/2016
  • Survey lifts lid on UK workers' views about NLWLondoners are most likely to be more loyal to an employer paying the new living wage, with 58 per cent saying they would be more committed, whereas respondents in the North-West and Yorkshire are least likely to agree, according to a survey. 22/04/2016
  • Impact of wage rise is hard to predict, says reportThe economic impact of paying for the increases in wages resulting from the introduction of the national living wage (NLW) is difficult to predict, according to research by Bilfinger GVA. 20/04/2016
  • Storey is new IoH presidentAlistair Storey, chairman and chief executive of Westbury Street Holdings (WSH), is to become the new president of the Institute of Hospitality (IoH). 15/04/2016
  • Flexible working is key to better lives in LondonFlexible workers in London are more satisfied with their jobs, feel under less pressure and have better work-life balance than those who don't work flexibly, according to research. 14/04/2016
  • A productive choiceThinkFM 2016's theme sees speakers focused firmly on how FM can impact organisational productivity. Andrew Pring and Martin Read talk to some of the speakers who will make attending ThinkFM a productive decision in itself 08/04/2016
  • Working out new anglesThe National Living Wage is legislation with great significance for facilities service providers. Here, representatives of FM firms explain how they think the market will be affected and how organisations will need to work in different ways to make the sums add up. 08/04/2016
  • 60% of retailers plan to extend NLW to all staffSixty-four per cent of retail chains operating in the UK plan to implement the National Living Wage (NLW) for all employees irrespective of age, according to a survey by global advisory firm Willis Towers Watson. 01/04/2016
  • OCS Group appoints Bob Taylor as UK CEOOCS Group has announced that Bob Taylor is to become its new UK chief executive from 1 April 2016. 01/04/2016
  • NLW will push social care to 'breaking point'The introduction of the National Living Wage (NLW) this week will push services caring for the elderly and disabled to breaking point and bring a care provider crisis closer unless new funding is made available, say council leaders. 30/03/2016
  • ThinkTank Is productivity going prime time?Is productivity one of the themes driving workplace strategy in your organisation? How are you having to adapt your workplace to meet corporate productivity targets? 24/03/2016
  • Flexible working is key to bridging gender pay gapFlexible working lies at the heart of addressing the gender pay gap, according to a report from a cross-party committee of MPs. 24/03/2016
  • A third of work time is unproductive, says surveyUK workers think that more than a third of their time at work is unproductive, according to a survey. 23/03/2016
  • Analysis: Neighbourhood watch - raising the areaMaking social benefits through service delivery has for a long time been traditionally left to the third sector. But since the Social Value Act came into force in 2013, the public sector has had to consider it too. 21/03/2016
  • The productivity debate and FM's role in itWhen scouring the national headlines around the current debate on the 'productivity puzzle' we find next to no mention of the role of the workplace and facilities in delivering upon the productivity promise. 21/03/2016
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