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Commercial kitchens have specific rules for health and safety issues, but when it comes to water code requirements, how do facility professionals deal with grease management?
Siemens Energy has developed a free online game that challenges the user to design a sustainable energy system for a city.
The level conformance mark ensures a comprehensive, independent, and impartial assessment of the environmental and social impacts of a product’s manufacture.
In the wake of movies like “Mean Girls” and “Bully,” bullying, both in schools and the workplace, has gotten heightened attention. Indeed, the Workplace Bullying Institute reports that 35% of workers have experienced bullying firsthand, and bullying is four times more prevalent than illegal harassment in the workplace. But what exactly does that mean? Why does it matter? How should companies react?
Latest survey shows the highest percentage of U.S. employers reporting their intent to hire since 2009.
In terms of physical on site security in facilities, what criteria do professionals use when determining their priorities?
With the end of each academic year comes a new wave of student pranks. FacilityBlog has posted about them before, but this is a new one. In fact, in Simi Valley, it’s an open and permanently shut case of senioritis at Royal High School. And officials don’t see it as a laughing matter.
New global office research report from Colliers International indicates that many markets are experiencing stability for the first time in several years.
New program launches this month with subject matter from the International Facility Management Association.
Major commercial real estate sectors continue to rebound, albeit slowly, with gradual economic improvement and job creation driving absorption of space.