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David Carr, Chief Executive of Bouygues Energies and Services Solutions and chairman of the Business Services Association, says that from the tragedy of the pandemic some changes should sustain, including a more collaborative approach.
Rodrigue Zbinden looks at how hosted security solutions such as access control systems can support facilities teams in dealing with the challenges of the 'new normal'.
With the threat of the Covid-19 pandemic far from over, facility owners and managers need to stay up to date with the latest information, and stay flexible in their return-to-work planning.
We know a lot about the state of the FM market these days, but what have lockdown conditions meant for FM suppliers? We spoke with one to find out.
In the final instalment of this series examining the return to work post-shutdown in the UK, Faegre Drinker solicitors look at the potential trends and longer term changes that the Covid-19 pandemic will likely have on workplaces.
It’s companies that have put communication and colleague welfare at the top of the agenda that will survive in the ‘new normal’ of facilities services, Graeme Hughes and Andy Massey of Innovise tell Fiona Perrin.
In this second instalment in a series examining the challenges UK employers are likely to face in the coming months, solicitors at Faegre Drinker look at how employers can manage the economic impact the pandemic will likely have on many workplaces.
The Covid-19 pandemic and the resultant lockdown have caused a massive shift in the way we work. The experts from international law firm Faegre Drinker examine the challenges UK employers are likely to face in the coming months.
Simon Titchener stopped travelling the world for a new role on the board of ISS UK, and then coronavirus hit. The challenge has led to innovation, he tells Fiona Perrin.
What began as a crisis of health is now having widespread global economic and social impact. The way we work and live has changed.
Demand for flexible workspace in the UK has dropped to roughly 20% of pre-Covid-19 levels and does not look set to recover soon. But many providers are remaining open, though often with skeleton staff.
The Covid-19 pandemic is causing us to rethink what is important for the workplace and how offices are designed, built and managed.
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