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  • The true cost of noiseJulian Treasure, founder of The Sound Agency, discusses the true cost of noise in the office 09 October 2017
  • FM's perception: an astronomical injusticeA classic 'in it together' anecdote may actually be doing FM more harm than good, writes FM World editor Martin Read 08 October 2017
  • No two days the same a good thing?No two days are the same" in the FM profession, it's an exciting career to consider writes Martin Read 08 October 2017
  • Sir Terry Farrell's positive message for FMsSir Terry Farrell, CBE, expects the design of buildings to be influenced by facility managers writes Martin Read 08 October 2017
  • Looking ahead to FM in 2018Martin Read looks ahead to the new year in FM, and reflects on changes that need to be made moving forward in 2018. 08 October 2017
  • The Naylor report: we have to talkThe government's Naylor Report addresses key issues facing the NHS estate. Finbarr Murray explains what it means to FMs. 11 September 2017
  • The joys of BIMSimon Francis reports on how London South Bank University is deploying building information modelling. 11 September 2017
  • Should FMs influence design?Built environments are all too often set in stone, unable to facilitate activities despite FM's best intentions. Steve Maslin says this blinkered thinking needs to stop. 11 September 2017
  • Could it be YOU in the dock?The 2016 total for health and safety fines in the construction industry totalled £14 million. The 2016 total for health and safety fines in the manufacturing industry totalled £12 million. 07 August 2017
  • How to manage your work timeTania Barney is director of Sensory Intelligence Consulting's UK branch and a registered occupational therapist 07 August 2017
  • Workplace dress codes: time for a makeover?In June 2017 a woman claimed she was sacked from her bar job in Hull after refusing to wear a bra. The bar denied the allegations, saying no one had been dismissed, but the woman said she had been let go after inappropriate sexual remarks were made. 07 August 2017
  • My employer cares, but how important is my health to me?Health is high on the agenda in the construction and FM industries. Employers have a duty of care, which means that they should take all reasonable steps to ensure our health and well-being. And men's health is a real issue. 07 August 2017
  • Sensored information (continued)It's not often that this column acts as a 'Part Two' to a subject covered in the same column last month, but so it is this month as a result of two recent events. 07 August 2017
  • Crying out for consistencyConsistency in the delivery of service is one of facilities management's least discussed attributes, and the profession has much to benefit from making more of this necessary virtue, argues FM World editor Martin Read 11 July 2017
  • Designing a multi-generational workforceThe British workforce is getting older, which means that office design must now consider a new set of workplace requirements, writes Joe Huddleston. 10 July 2017
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