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ARCA joins Build UK

Published on 26/05/2016
ARCA, the UK association representing asbestos removal contractors, is pleased to announce membership of Build UK.

Repair and finishing specialist to offer repair clinic at Facilities show

Published on 24/05/2016

Specialist finishing and surface repair firm Plastic Surgeon plans to hold a repair clinic at the Facilities show this year, where it will welcome attendees to visit its stand and challenge its repair specialists on how to make good surface damage.

 

Sector remains upbeat about Middle East

Published on 23/05/2016
The facilities management (FM) sector in the Middle East remains optimistic about prospects for growth over the coming year, despite some uncertainty remaining with the economy, according to research conducted by the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) in partnership with i-FM.net and FM EXPO.

Research Reveals Secret to Unharnessing Workplace Productivity

Published on 18/05/2016

Research reveals how employees who embrace activity-based working report significantly higher levels of workplace productivity (66%) and pride (82%), in a new study of over 70,000 employees.

 

Increase Staff Performance this Local Business Week

Published on 16/05/2016

Today marks the start of Local Business Week (16 - 22 May 2016). This yearly awareness campaign celebrates the fact that small and medium-sized companies account for 99.9% of the UK's businesses, generating a combined annual turnover of over £3,000 billion.

 

ISS confirms continued support for the Armed Forces Covenant

Published on 13/05/2016
ISS is proud to confirm renewal of its pledge to the Armed Forces Covenant. At a reception in April 2016 at the RAF Club in London’s Piccadilly, ISS senior management signed the commitment to the continuation of its support of the Armed Forces personnel into the civilian workspace.

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