As a millennial who has just entered the corporate workforce, I am quite familiar with the challenges of being attracted to—and going through—onboarding, but I'd also like to understand these issues from the facility manager's perspective.
When faced with an emergency situation like a flood or a fire, how should facility management professionals prioritize their efforts AFTER the event?
Very few companies have specific job descriptions relating to facilities management, and there is rarely an agreed performance management policy or system in place. How—and where—do professionals draw the line?
Is it possible to create one template that can be used by the facilities management department to measure end user satisfaction with multiple processes/projects?
Should it take significantly longer to create the facility inspection report than it does to collect the data, photography, and other supporting information?
How are facility management professionals using social media to handle challenges in and around their facilities?
What are the best energy efficiency recommendations facility managers can make to other facility managers?
CFM prep exam or FMP? I am not sure what I am ready for and would appreciate any advice or shared experiences.
Can anyone recommend a robust customer service/work order request system?
What is the current health of—and forecast for—the facility management profession?
Where can I find data on the prevailing wage rates for facilities technicians (preferably adjusted for remote locations)?
How can the most suitable lighting for mechanical rooms be determined?