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More than half of U.S. managers think robots and automation do higher quality work than humans, according to a study by MindEdge/Skye Learning.
A Gartner survey found that just 41 percent of workplace misconduct is reported, and fear of retaliation is a primary reason witnesses keep mum.
The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated asked workers worldwide, "What would you do with more time?" Did more sleep make the list?
Security teams are understaffed as cyber security skills gap worsens, according to a new Tripwire survey.
By 2028, 73 percent of all departments will have remote workers, according to Upwork's third annual Future Workforce Report.
Lack of cyber talent, budget, and operational alignment are top challenges, according to a new report from Deloitte.
A new survey finds that a majority of tech leaders are confident they can disconnect from emails, but think employees may find it difficult to detach.
Half of business leaders say a data breach could end their business, according to a new survey by AppRiver.
In advance of the Super Bowl this weekend, a Korn Ferry survey found that the Patriots’ Belichick would make a better CEO, but most would prefer the Rams’ McVay as a boss.
More than half of professionals know someone who has skipped work the day after a major sports event. How many football fans will show up for work at your facility on February 4?
Employees wish their workplace technology was as easy and powerful as their personal technology, according to a survey by The Workforce Institute at Kronos.
A new survey from Cintas found that 63 percent of Americans are not confident that they know how to operate an automated external defibrillator (AED).
The report includes an exploration of facility management strategies for organizational agility and change management.
A cluttered work area can make employees unhappy and stressed. On the other hand, it could win you $5,000.
With the rise of mobile technology and more millennials in the workforce, productivity depends on effective charging solutions.
From Cardi B. to “Black Panther,” human names and pop culture were the most popular inspirations for dog names in 2018, according to an annual report from Rover.com.
Despite the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, a new survey finds worker productivity actually increases during this festive time of the year.
Employers are prioritizing total wellbeing and embracing technology to drive workplace productivity and employee satisfaction, according to a new survey from Buck.
Tork survey finds link between safe, clean, and orderly work environments, and the overall happiness of manufacturing employees.
Nearly half of survey respondents expect to make 60% of their construction projects green in the next three years.
A recent survey from Robert Half shows that professionals want more choices when it comes to when — and where — they work.
Here's a rundown of the most and least expensive private sector office markets in the United States based on total operating expenses, courtesy of BOMA International.
More than half of global organizations plan to increase energy efficiency spending in next 12 months, finds Johnson Controls' annual survey.
Despite their bosses' concerns over productivity and security, 64% of employees plan to shop online at work this holiday season. Which cities are most guilty of "workshopping?"
Often overlooked, the simple act of hand washing is the most effective way to prevent the spread of disease. Here are some tips for making sure it happens.
Companies are full of holiday cheer this year: Most plan to host holiday parties to end 2018, and 41 percent will spend more than last year. (Don’t even think about skipping.)
Nearly all executives surveyed by Korn Ferry say they'll be happy when the U.S. mid-term elections are over.
Companies project nearly one-fourth of global workforces will use co-working spaces in five years, according to recent survey.
Healthier, more sustainable buildings give employers a hiring edge to attract best in class talent, according to a new USGBC survey.
A Delaware pet supply company is now offering employees annual “Paw-ternity” leave as part of its benefits package. Do pet-friendly workplaces make for happier employees?
Workplace data tells a story, and facility management’s interpretation matters.
New research shows violence in America's emergency departments is increasing, causing harm to physicians, staff, and patients.
Workers in construction, transportation, manufacturing, and utilities have more risk factors for fatigue, but are less concerned about it, finds NSC report.
Healthcare staff find introducing technology to their facility has improved hygiene compliance and infection control.