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  • Analysis: Estate data - the effects of place on profitBut despite the apparent benefits to be gained from enhancing use of data and analytics, corporate real estate (CRE) teams do not appear to have taken to data and analytics as enthusiastically as might have been expected, according to a recent JLL report. Herpreet Kaur Grewal reports. 08/02/2016
  • Analysis: What advances will the Smart Working Code bring?The business standards organisation BSI, working with the Cabinet Office, has announced a new code of practice on Smart Working the BSI Publicly Available Specification (PAS3000). But what does this mean for facilities managers? Herpreet Kaur Grewal reports. 08/02/2016
  • Smart Working Code 'won't change business culture'Workplace strategy expert Monica Parker has said she welcomes the government's Smart Working Code but that it would not go far enough to changing a company's culture. 05/02/2016
  • New BSI code turns smart working 'into a science'BSI, the business standards company, working with the Cabinet Office, has announced a new code of practice on Smart Working BSI Publicly Available Specification (PAS3000). 03/02/2016
  • ''Lean in, step up and play your part''Always an engaging and often energising event, January's 2016 BIFM Women in FM conference gave attendees much to ponder from a range of inspiring speakers. The FM World team reports 31/01/2016
  • Easily led?LED lighting technology is set to replace conventional tungsten and fluorescent lighting not just to cut energy costs, but to help the climate, claims Future Designs' Brian Teale 27/01/2016
  • Noise at work - what you need to knowNoise-induced hearing loss at workplace affects people across several industries. Teresa Higgins explains how employers can protect workers and avoid costly claims. 26/01/2016
  • Social space in the modern office?Many firms are bringing the third space into the office and providing social spaces for staff to work and play in, where FMs can get the best from their people, says Mark Phillips. 21/12/2015
  • Half of firms not ready for National Living WageNearly half of UK companies are not yet geared up for the new National Living Wage (NLW). 08/12/2015
  • Expanding One Public Estate 'will boost economy'The One Public Estate programme, led by the Local Government Association (LGA) and the Cabinet Office, is to expand and will receive another £31 million funding injection from the government. 07/12/2015
  • Zero-hours workers 'as happy as full-time staff'Zero-hours contract employees experience similar levels of job satisfaction, work-life balance, and personal wellbeing as employees on permanent, full-time contracts, according to research published today. 03/12/2015
  • LEDs can be used for 'more than just lighting'The UK market for LED lighting is now valued at £330 million and the global market is set to grow by more than 25 per cent by 2019, according to recent data. 26/11/2015
  • 35% of London workers say workplace harms themMore than a third (35 per cent) of workers in London say their workplace makes them feel unhealthy, according to a recent YouGov survey. 25/11/2015
  • Let's design acoustics as well as aestheticsOrganisations should design workspaces taking sound levels and acoustics into account, as well as the look of the space, delegates heard last week. 23/11/2015
  • Variety of workspace 'enables productivity'A greater variety of workplace settings is deemed more important to enable productivity in the workplace, according to research. 11/11/2015
  • Presenteeism costs economy more than sick leaveResearch by the University of East Anglia's (UEA) Dr Mariella Miraglia, a lecturer in organisational behaviour at UEA's Norwich Business School, argues that presenteeism is associated with work and not just personal or medical conditions. 09/11/2015
  • Green buildings 'boost cognitive function'An American study has demonstrated that a high-quality indoor environment has a significant and positive impact on cognitive function. 06/11/2015
  • Higher penalties for health and safety offencesHigher penalties for some serious health and safety offences could be possible under new sentencing guidelines. 06/11/2015
  • 'Good' buildings foster better occupant behaviourOccupant behaviour is a key driver of building management, but there can be a gap between performance on paper and in reality, according to experts and psychologists. 06/11/2015
  • Report reveals inter-generational strife at workTwo-thirds of workers say they are encountering inter-generational issues at work, according to a European study. 05/11/2015
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