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Sodexo reports loss of a third in revenues over Q3
8th July 2020
Sodexo has lost almost one-third of its third quarter revenues relative to last year because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the company’s latest financial results.
ISS Group announces management reshuffle
8th July 2020
Facilities services provider ISS has made several changes to its executive group management, to take place with immediate effect.
Number of workers averse to return to the office doubles during lockdown
7th July 2020
The number of employees who do not want to return to the office has almost doubled since lockdown began, shows a poll carried out for the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management.
Mitie takes five-year IFM deal with Royal London Group
6th July 2020
Mitie has won a new five-year integrated facilities management (IFM) contract with insurance company Royal London Group.
June sees spike in demand for office space outside of cities
3rd July 2020
Spike in demand for suburban office space
Jaguar secures Belgrave House contract
2nd July 2020
Jaguar Building Services has won a hard services contract with BNP Paribas at Belgrave House in London.
Amey joins Ethical Stationery in Covid-19-protection social value scheme
1st July 2020
Amey has teamed up with social enterprise Ethical Stationery and a group of South London charities in Croydon to package and distribute face coverings to its 16,000 UK employees, including more than 10,000 key workers.
Half of employers plan reduced office space and ‘staggered’ workplace return
30th June 2020
Employers plan ‘staggered’ workplace return
Economic plan gets turned on its head
29th June 2020
The pandemic has brought economic stagnation and will drive up unemployment rates, says Graeme Davies.
Jaguar pounces on Television Centre deal
25th June 2020
Jaguar Building Services has – following a competitive tender process – been awarded the hard services contract at the Television Centre in White City, West London.