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24 June 2017
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Articles on workplace


  • Prudence: FMs must move to shed 'hero' statusA leading facilities management professional is calling on facilities managers to consider the implications of being associated simply with being an organisation's problem solvers. 20/06/2017
  • How to restore the appetite for workplace cateringWorkplace caterers should increase the variety of meals they offer, and make them healthier choices to get workers to eat at staff canteens, according to research by food management firm Fretwell-Downing Hospitality. 20/06/2017
  • Happiness at work fuels worker engagement, says JLLOnly 39 per cent of UK workers report feeling very engaged at work, according to a report by real estate firm JLL. 20/06/2017
  • ThinkFM: FM will have impact on changing planetFacilities managers will need to embrace new technologies in order to have a positive impact on the workplace in the face of climate change, according to Dr Paul Toyne at last week's ThinkFM conference in London. 12/06/2017
  • Think Tank: Office density/effectiveness in 2017How is the relationship between workspace density and employee effectiveness playing out in your organisation? 09/06/2017
  • Building independenceCompliance with the law on workplace accessibility doesn't begin and end with ramps and dedicated loos there are usability and maintenance issues that go way beyond these that are being widely neglected, says Nick Martindale. 06/06/2017
  • Introducing inclusive designInclusive design is the responsibility of everyone who works in the built environment, but facilities managers have a particularly important role in ensuring accessibility for all workers. Eddy Finch reports. 05/06/2017
  • Out of the darknessWith the phasing out of inefficient lamps, there's never been a better time to investigate next-generation lighting, says Tamlite Lighting's Colin Lawson. 02/06/2017
  • Access all areasDespite legislation designed to prevent inaccessible buildings, the FM function could do better at procuring disability-smart solutions for end-users. Poor communication of disability awareness planning and procurement plays its part. By Adam Leach. 01/06/2017
  • FMs will increasingly nurture workplace engagement, says reportFacilities managers will become 'gardeners' rather than 'architects' in the workplace ensuring that the elusive quality of engagement is continuously nurtured in the office environment. 25/05/2017
  • BSRIA study looks at the 'Generation Z' workplaceBSRIA has published a report contemplating the office needs and desires of the youth of today millennials and Generation Z the demographic cohort after the millennials. 19/05/2017
  • How to make the office a 'clean air zone'The quality of the air we breathe both inside and outside the workplace is crucial to the health and, ultimately, the productivity of employees, explains Nigel Crunden. 12/05/2017
  • How buildings can take a fitness testAt the tail end of March, a "cost-effective" certification system for promoting healthy workplaces in existing buildings was launched. What is this system, and what does it mean for FM professionals? Herpreet Kaur Grewal reports. 10/05/2017
  • Pursuit of happinessWell-being's rise up the corporate agenda has been rapid and compelling. But what can facilities managers really do to affect their end-users' levels of happiness, for instance? Martin Read looks at what the fast-evolving well-being landscape means for FM. 08/05/2017
  • Hot drink provision - how have trends changed?If there's one element of catering that has changed most surprisingly over the past decade or so, it's hot drink provision. Here, we reveal the findings of our recent Preference Poll, in association with FreshGround. 08/05/2017
  • Savills predicts a business exodus to London's outer boroughsLondon's outer boroughs could provide greater flexible office space in future, according to a report by estate agent Savills. 05/05/2017
  • Third of UK managers ignore 'sitting disease' dangersThe vast majority of office-based workers are aware of the health dangers of spending hours on end seated at their desks, but management is failing to respond to their needs, according to a survey by Active Working, a community interest company. 27/04/2017
  • New certification for healthier existing buildings launchedA cost-effective certification system for promoting healthy workplaces in existing buildings has been launched in the UK today. 26/04/2017
  • Cloudfm takes a pizza the action with PrezzoCloudfm has been appointed to manage all planned and reactive maintenance at Prezzo's 298 eateries. 26/04/2017
  • Broadstock to kit out Coventry University in £5m dealCoventry University has awarded a contract potentially worth £5 million to Broadstock, the Macclesfield-based furniture, fixtures and equipment firm. 26/04/2017
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