The hospitality sector is prepared for the further restrictions that have been introduced as a result of the mounting threat of a second wave outbreak of the coronavirus, according to some figures in the industry.
The Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM) has launched a collaboration to specifically address how organisations can better deal with changes and sudden disruptions like the ones already faced by organisations in 2020.
Better communication and being more supportive have been some of the ways in which team structures of facilities management teams have adapted to changes due to the Covid-19 crisis, according to some in the industry.
ONS data recently revealed that 62 per cent of adults reported commuting to work last week compared with 36 per cent in May. It’s welcome news and a step in the right direction. However, I fear it is papering over the cracks.
Take-up of office and laboratory space in the Oxford-Cambridge Arc has remained resilient in the first half of this year as the region’s leading role in the fight against Covid-19 drives demand for space.
At least three in four managers in UK businesses feel that ‘collaborative’ workspaces are now more suitable for their post-lockdown business models when compared with a full-time staffed office, according to a new survey.