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Looking ahead to what 2010 might bring, a new survey conducted last month asked facility managers and other building professionals about water conservation, water costs, and other related issues in their facilities in the coming year.
A new survey indicates facility management is among the top 20 professions anticipating sizable salary increases in 2010.
The work is part of the Obama Administration’s continued commitment to improved accountability, transparency, and service to the American public.
The City & Country Clubs Council of IFMA is pleased to announce its partnership with the Club Managers Association of America, a professional association of nearly 7,000 managers of city, country, golf, yacht and athletic clubs.
Two-thirds of school districts responding to a new “School Energy and Environment Survey” from Honeywell and Education Week Research have made spending cuts or modifications as a direct result of rising energy bills.
IFMA recently secured a group membership agreement with search engine giant Google that has led to 27 of the company’s facility managers joining the association.
IFMA invites members of the facility management profession to submit a proposal to be considered as a presenter for IFMA’s World Workplace 2010 Conference & Expo. Proposals will be accepted until 1/8/10.
Forty-four percent of people update their resume less than once a year and nearly one-in-five haven’t updated their resume in over two years. Whether currently in an active job search or satisfied with one’s current career, Right Management recommends always keeping your resume updated.
Facility Engineering Associates (FEA), in partnership with the IFMA Foundation, has released a new publication detailing how to utilize EPA’s ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager, the second publication in the IFMA Foundation’s sustainability guide series.
DC has, on average, the oldest commercial buildings among the states, according to a new study conducted by SMR Research Corp. Older buildings are those most likely to have the greatest potential for energy efficiency improvements.