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  • Challenging conventions: conference white paper published

    Challenging conventions: conference white paper published

    The annual i-FM-organised Workplace Futures conference, held last month, took on FM's tendency to default to the office as the prevailing place of work. In fact, there's a lot of interesting stuff going on in non-office environments.

  • It's time to talk about mental health

    It's time to talk about mental health

    Mental health is now the most common reason for absence in the workplace. What should employers be doing to help their staff's wellbeing and what can businesses and FMs do to decrease stress? Elyse Emanuel investigates.

  • Lies, damned lies and big red buses

    Lies, damned lies and big red buses

    In a recent blog post, workplace commentator Simon Heath criticised The Stoddart Review for its assertion that a 1% productivity gain could add £20 billion to the UK economy.

  • Designing for competitive edge

    Designing for competitive edge

    Simon Iatrou talks to Tim Oldman about how Leesman's client, The Boston Consulting Group, has turned its latest and decidedly non-corporate office into a tool for competitive advantage.

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Features

  • It's time to talk about mental health

    It's time to talk about mental health

    Mental health is now the most common reason for absence in the workplace. What should employers be doing to help their staff's wellbeing and what can businesses and FMs do to decrease stress? Elyse Emanuel investigates.

  • Does Brexit mean an FM skills shortage?

    Does Brexit mean an FM skills shortage?

    Trained, motivated and engaged people are central to great facilities management, an industry that depends on a diverse workforce. Elyse Emanuel explores what Brexit could mean for our sector.

  • Seeing the light: FMs' views on LEDs

    Seeing the light: FMs' views on LEDs

    LED lighting could offer a good solution to a number of the big challenges facing all organisations and their facilities management teams. But how much do FMs know about LEDs and what are their views on the pros and cons?

  • Using technology to improve service experiences

    Using technology to improve service experiences

    Technology will change how services are managed, how end-users interact with service providers, and how service employees interact with end-users. But what are the opportunities and risks in using technology to improve service experiences?



Interviews

  • Designing for competitive edge

    Designing for competitive edge

    Simon Iatrou talks to Tim Oldman about how Leesman's client, The Boston Consulting Group, has turned its latest and decidedly non-corporate office into a tool for competitive advantage.

  • Transformers

    Transformers

    Change is bold but it's not easy. Sometimes it needs a specific kind of leader. In our latest featured interview, Simon Iatrou talks to Bellrock CEO David Smith about his role and his plans for the company.

  • Redefining health & safety

    Redefining health & safety

    Dave Parker tells Simon Iatrou why the workplace wellbeing trend is the change of image health & safety needs.

  • Foodie service

    Foodie service

    Simon Iatrou talks to John Hamill about the challenges catering providers face to stand out in a competitive market.



Comments

  • Using technology to ensure compliance

    Using technology to ensure compliance

    The property and facilities management sectors are often slow adopters of innovation, even when it offers significant benefits and is straightforward to implement.

  • Business rates: how can FMs help?

    Business rates: how can FMs help?

    Despite an optimistic defence from the government and a promise to alleviate pressures on smaller firms, there has been a highly negative response from a large number of businesses to the long awaited new business rates, which come into effect in April.

  • Lies, damned lies and big red buses

    Lies, damned lies and big red buses

    In a recent blog post, workplace commentator Simon Heath criticised The Stoddart Review for its assertion that a 1% productivity gain could add £20 billion to the UK economy.

  • FM BLT

    FM BLT

    I've wanted to write this piece for a while. I suspect it'll annoy a few people. But I need to get it off my chest.



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FM: challenging conventions

‘Work’, ‘workplace’, even ‘facilities management’ – most of us automatically think in terms of offices when we hear those words. Experience, insights and advice from the top speakers at Workplace Futures 2017 is available now.




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