Almost half of American workers would consider a pay cut to work for an employer with a better safety culture, reveals 2024 Workplace Safety Culture Report from DuraPlas.
Three-quarters of U.S. corporate workers eat lunch at their desks. Despite what memes might indicate, they're not sad about it.
Remote work protects an estimated 62 hours' worth of work that in-office teams lose due to daily interruptions each year, finds Hubstaff.
Human-centric spatial analytics are transforming the modern workplace into a dynamic, data-driven environment.
New six-year study of serious injuries and fatalities by ISN spotlights unique risks to workers in transportation, oil and gas, manufacturing, mining and utilities industries.
By harnessing the power of digital twins, manufacturers can enhance product development, optimize production processes, and drive operational efficiency, finds Info-Tech Research Group.
Tech companies are reinventing their office spaces to align with sustainability goals, enhance collaboration, and meet evolving workplace expectations, according to JLL.
As return-to-office mandates gain momentum, new research from Eptura highlights the need for data-based decisions.
Researchers from Hosei University examined the economic benefits of enhancing various elements in Tokyo office spaces for improved work efficiency and health.
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.
Predictive maintenance can help increase manufacturing facilities' uptime, improve safety, reduce maintenance costs, and identify hazardous situations before they occur, according to Info-Tech Research Group.
More diverse work styles have impacted employee productivity, satisfaction, and customer experience, according to new Omdia - Future of Work study.
These facilities management strategies can drastically reduce operational costs, lessen environmental impact, and improve the working environment for employees.
According to a recent IBI report, 47% of employees will quit if their employer orders them to return to the office full time.
Summer is a great time to conduct an internal audit of your facility's health and safety protocols, formalize best practices, and begin preparation for the rest of the year.
By embracing energy-efficient practices, hospitals can enhance patient experiences and improve employee well-being, all while contributing to a healthier planet.
The transformation from traditional structures to smart buildings is fundamentally reshaping the domain of facilities management.
The role of a well-planned, multi-pronged maintenance strategy is to minimize the likelihood of unexpected failures and the consequent operational disruptions.
Why you should consider saying goodbye to spreadsheets in favor of lease management software for your retail facilities.
Natural light helps support wellness, boosts productivity, and can be used to save energy.