FM Alert Articles
This first in the series is from the winner of the 2013 Award, J.B. Messer, director of facilities management at Oklahoma City Community College.
JLL commissioned an independent study in March, 2014, probing the views of more than 200 millennials who hold professional jobs or who are still in college. The study shows there are positive impressions of FM careers when those working were exposed to several different job titles.
Manpower Employment Outlook Survey shows positive trend in U.S. hiring plans for Quarter 3 2014; strongest since 2008. Opportunities for job seekers expected to remain mostly positive worldwide.
Held on June 4, 2014, World FM Day aims to raise the profile of the FM profession, not just in local markets, but anywhere facility managers influence the health, safety, productivity, and well-being of people who use the built environment; and that means everywhere.
Businesses of all sizes can benefit by implementing programs that allow professionals to transition into retirement and remain engaged with the firm.
Whether the expenditure is considered routine building maintenance or an improvement or betterment will have an impact on tax implications under the new regulations.
Underlying demand for Industrial Services suggests improving industrial growth is on the horizon.
This research report helps to identify the factors driving this market, various restraints, challenges, and opportunities impacting it along with the future roadmaps.
IFMA President and CEO Tony Keane explains, “With the passage of the Federal Building Personnel Training Act, the U.S. federal government acknowledged for the first time in code the critical role of facility management (FM).”
Attendance is free for job seekers and is open to both IFMA members and prospective members.