Resource pages for "employee retention"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
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Combat supply chain disruptions by taking a closer look at sourcing solutions, thinking strategically about internal processes, and recognizing what systems to implement to cut profit losses.
Starnet interior contractors deploy technology to speed decision making, validate quality using objective measurement standards, and document and execute a greater scope of work on projects for optimum investment return.
At NYC's iconic Seagram Building, The Playground parallels the new priorities of corporate tenants: To attract and retain the most qualified and talented employees.
The war for talent, the Great Resignation, and the challenge of compensating staff in inflationary times have some employers considering outlandish new perks.
Elise Nicpon of Room & Board Business Interiors outlines the office rooms of the future that every company needs for a forward-looking, employee-oriented workplace.
There's a significant gap between what workers and employers want in work arrangements, reveals a new survey from OperationsInc.
Investment management firm T. Rowe Price will pursue LEED Platinum and Fitwel three-star certifications for its new global headquarters in Baltimore.
Majority of companies want staff back on-site, but half of employees surveyed said they'd look for a new job if required to be in the office five days a week.
Nearly 60 percent of employers believe they'll lose new and existing employees if they don't develop hybrid work processes and plans, finds new research from Poly.
View this free video webinar and learn about using technology to attract, engage, and retain employees.
It’s time to rethink essential workers. Small investments will return big results.
More than half of U.S. employees responding to an Eagle Hill Consulting survey report burnout, and burnt out employees are three times more likely to leave.
To remain competitive and retain top talent, U.S. employers should embrace workplace design focused on creating a collaborative culture, advises new white paper.
American businesses lost $223 billion over the last five years due to bad workplace culture, according to a new report from SHRM.
Using biomimicry, the Moss Walls system uses flowing water, misters, fans, and specialized lighting to create an idyllic environment for live moss... and a healthy workplace.
Employers are prioritizing total wellbeing and embracing technology to drive workplace productivity and employee satisfaction, according to a new survey from Buck.
Nearly half of workers employed by technology laggards feel like outdated devices are limiting their productivity, according to a new Unisys Corporation study.
In keeping with the organization's mission, HGA designed the headquarters to include collaborative spaces and embrace a fun, road trip atmosphere.
Aesthetics and the overall look of your office have more to do with employee satisfaction than you might think. Here's how to create a workspace that will inspire, boost employee morale, and retain talent.
This workplace design approach continues to appeal to many organizations. A recent survey examines motivations and results.
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