According to a new workplace study from FM:Systems, business leaders want employees back in the office full-time.
To find the right workspace booking solution for your company's needs, facility managers need to know what features to look for.
Uline views landscape as an extension of company culture: Its 13 campuses are designed for the enjoyment of employees and visitors.
A personal injury lawyer shares advice for facility executives on how to protect construction workers from harm while on the job.
To stop norovirus infections in senior care facilities, staff members need to focus on preventing outbreaks before they begin.
Leading insurance, real estate, financial services, and sustainability companies have committed to health at scale as Fitwel Champions, Providers, and Partners.
Latest Eptura report reinforces correlation between global workspace use and building maintenance, provides insights into workplace needs.
The transformation from traditional structures to smart buildings is fundamentally reshaping the domain of facilities management.
Health and safety hazards can affect employees in any role, no matter how safe their position might seem initially.
In the post-pandemic era, designers and architects are taking a more mindful approach to workplace design.
Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association's annual Accident Prevention Contest recognizes asphalt roofing manufacturing facilities for workplace safety, specifically low incident rates among workers.
The International Code Council explores how automatic door requirements improve building accessibility for Building Safety Month.
The new world of work creates friction for facility management teams, who need to plan around erratic demands for space and occupancy that change daily.
University of Phoenix survey on workplace accommodations highlights strengths and opportunities for accessibility of individuals with disabilities.
When making maintenance decisions, facility managers need to consider more than just the price of repairing versus replacing aging assets.
Following in Miami's footsteps, Jersey City is just the second U.S. city to achieve the WELL Health-Safety Rating across a large part of its municipal building portfolio.
The Healthy Buildings Survey takes a closer look at worker’s perceptions and feelings on the health and safety of their workspaces.
Spaces for creative group work and individual quiet work have the greatest impact on space effectiveness and experience.
American Society of Interior Designers report explores how the global mental health crisis, sustainability, and technology are impacting design in 2023.
Study finds business leaders consider reducing real estate expenses a top priority, along with investing in a workspace aligned with their organization's culture.