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15 October 2018
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  • Are FMs the new corporate wellness gurus?The focus on corporate wellness is shifting towards the buildings in which corporate employees spend most of their working time, as the design of the built environment can have a positive impact on the population health, writes Paul Nuki. 10 July 2017
  • What is 'hard FM compliance'?Different FMs and organisations measure compliance differently, writes Nick Fox. A more consistent way to measure it is required. 10 July 2017
  • Don't judge listen to usWhen you're disabled everything impacts, from the chair you sit on in a meeting to the journey to get there, writes Joesphine O'Connor. Don't judge - listen to us. 10 July 2017
  • Sensored informationThe way in which the Internet of Things shapes our future will depend as much on our natural human willingness to accept the increasingly intimate personal performance details it uncovers as it will our ability to store and analyse the vast amounts of data generated, writes Martin Read. 03 July 2017
  • Plan, flex and be agileThe mobilisation period is one of the most exciting times in the life of a contract, writes Bartlett Mitchell's Francois Gautreaux. But how do you go about welcoming a new team into the operation in what can often be tight launch windows? 26 June 2017
  • The problem with engineering apprenticeshipsThe most pressing problem for the UK's industrial sector in recent years has been the skills shortage, and the current engineering apprenticeships on offer will not solve the issue, writes Andy Owen. 06 June 2017
  • Being reasonably practicable on vehicle checksAfter several high-profile fatal vehicle road traffice incidents in recent years, pre-use vehicle checks should be completed in a thorough, yet reasonably practical manner, writes Adam Gomes. 06 June 2017
  • Working sensationallyWorkplace is the context in which we expect people and their minds to function, writes Steve Maslin. But are we taking account of the impact the sensory evironment has on their minds? 06 June 2017
  • Why I love FM recruitmentJoanne Crampton shares some of the reasons why she loves to work in FM recruitment. 06 June 2017
  • Making the invisible, visibleThe FM department's rare opportunities to be more visible to those they serve should be grasped with all available gusto, writes Martin Read. 05 June 2017
  • Six ways for an FM to get their board to take them seriouslyAs every FM knows, their role is seen by many boards simply as a cost centre, rather than a strategic part of the business. It means senior management don't always take FM seriously, writes Jason Choy. 16 May 2017
  • Meeting a broader range of needsBusiness Disability Forum has been focusing on inclusive procuremeent with a wide range of private and public sector businesses, writes Angela Matthews. It means that more is being demanded of facilities and estates management suppliers. 12 May 2017
  • Sharing the health visionHospital environments are increasingly demanded to be more like home/hotel environements than the traditional healthcare that we know, writes Elaine Cloutman-Green. This is important for patient mental well-being, but it is challenging in terms of wider patient safety in terms of infection prevention and control. 12 May 2017
  • Interpreting the dataThe goal for our sector is surely to disrupt ourselves by improving transparency and inventing new roles and processes before someone from another industry does it, writes Mark Tyson. 12 May 2017
  • A little information goes a long wayFor many years there was little attention paid to the analysis of available data across comparable sites, writes Finbarr Murray. But those views are now consigned to history with significant steps being taken to use this information as a key driver for cost reduction. 12 May 2017
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