To successfully transition employees into a facility management role, work is require from both organizations and individuals.
Forward-thinking C-suite leaders are shifting their workforce strategies as they take on more transformation initiatives.
A new report reveals growing frustration around low meeting engagement: Business leaders state that participants do not speak up, engage, or provide input enough during meetings.
A new study reveals that nearly three-quarters (74%) of American workers are moderately or highly concerned about their workplace well-being.
In honor of National Custodian Day, Rubbermaid Commercial Products’ Behind the Scenes of Clean campaign shows appreciation for cleaning and maintenance professionals.
BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport's new restrooms earn a spot in America's Best Restroom Hall of Fame. Plus, five ways to celebrate National Custodial Workers Recognition Day.
OSHA has awarded a total of $12.7M in grants to promote workplace safety, health training, and education at non-profit organizations.
With opioid-related fatalities in the U.S. at an all-time high, a new National Safety Council initiative aims to equip workplaces with lifesaving tools and training.
In recognition of Environmental Services Week, Cintas honors 10 healthcare professionals for “Cleaning to Advance the Patient Experience.”
Office attendance in North America is at 29% per week on average, compared with 32% in the UK, 36% in Asia-Pacific and 43% in Latin America.
Latest Eptura report reinforces correlation between global workspace use and building maintenance, provides insights into workplace needs.
According to a recent IBI report, 47% of employees will quit if their employer orders them to return to the office full time.
Training programs at community and technical colleges in nine states will benefit from Lowe's Foundation Gable Grants, a $50M commitment to skilled trades workforce development.
While many companies talk the talk of sustainability, far fewer walk the walk. Here’s how to accelerate sustainability progress at your facilities.
This Q&A focuses on shifting workplace habits, motivations, and the challenges employers are facing in the return to the office.
A study from Travelers found that, after an injury, construction workers are off the job on average for 98 days.
See how lighting technology can effectively reduce disease transmission, and encourage employees to return to the office.
In recognition of the Environmental Services (EVS) technicians who keep hospitals and healthcare facilities clean, nominations are open for Cintas' 2023 C.A.P.E. Awards.
In the post-pandemic era, designers and architects are taking a more mindful approach to workplace design.
Artificial Intelligence and automation are transforming the workplace: 20% of work has already been automated, AI has potential to automate 40% more, finds Valoir study.