Resource pages for "Workplace Culture"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
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Half of employers feel productivity would increase under a compressed schedule, according to a new survey from The Creative Group.
Are you being treated like dirt at your job and don’t know what to do about it? A Stanford professor has created a guide to working with bullies, creeps, jerks, tyrants, tormentors, despots, backstabbers, and egomaniacs.
The Hail Mary pass is extremely rare in football, but there's almost no equivalent for it in the workplace.
A safety walk-around can be an important part of identifying safety hazards in the workplace and communicating those dangers to employees.
More than a third of employees rank office food as one of their top three office perks, alongside vacation time and professional development, finds new research from ZeroCater.
Mountain View, CA and Detroit, MI top the CareerBliss 2018 Happiest Cities to Work list.
Observations and lessons learned are shared by a female, millennial engineer who's worked in three industries, most recently building consulting.
A recent workplace design survey commissioned by Capital One sought insight from 2,500 professionals across five U.S. metro areas.
In an increasingly uncivil society, the workplace is becoming a sanctuary for many Americans, according to the seventh annual Civility in America poll.
Being the office clown may be more beneficial than you thought, according to CFOs. As long as you follow these five simple rules.
The degree to which people can express their independence at work is influenced by the environment they're in and how they make use of the facility.
Nearly half of workers complete work outside of office hours and check or answer emails when they leave the office, finds a new CareerBuilder Survey.
Banfield Pet Hospital recently released its first ever Pet-Friendly Workplace PAWrometer survey, revealing the impact pet-friendly workplaces have on employees and human resources decision makers.
Bold, innovative, and forward-thinking human resource strategies are needed to develop leaders, engage employees, and improve workplace culture as the global economy starts to grow rapidly.
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