Home / Tag Archives: study

Tag Archives: study

Study reveals workplace guardians are key to boosting productivity and wellbeing

Businesses should adopt teams of ‘workplace guardians’ to curate work spaces that support employee wellbeing and overall business performance, according to Interserve. The findings come as part of a new study ‘Designing and delivering effective workplace experiences – a practical ...

Read More »

Connectivity will enhance office efficiency: Tork study

Around 73 per cent of office workers feel that increased connectivity would have a positive impact on their working life. And 40 per cent also believe that connecting objects to the internet at work could have a positive impact on ...

Read More »

Smarter use of office space could boost the economy by £70bn

Smarter use of Britain’s office space could improve productivity by 1 to 3.5 per cent and deliver a boost of up to £70 billion to the economy, according to the findings published in a new report, The Workplace Advantage from The ...

Read More »

Green buildings enable staff to think better and feel healthier

A new study has revealed that employees who work in certified green buildings are able to think and feel better than those working in non-certified buildings. Researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and SUNY Upstate Medical University, studied 109 ...

Read More »

Confidence up in the FM sector according to study

A new study from market analysts, Plimsoll Publishing, indicates confidence is up in the facilities management sector with 63 per cent of companies involved in the study reporting an increase in sales in their latest year. The study, which looked at the 377 ...

Read More »

New study by BCO and Savills reveals what workers want

While many workers seek flexibility in where and how they work, new research from the British Council of Offices (BCO) in partnership with Savills has revealed that working from home has become less appealing. In the third edition of What ...

Read More »

The secret to unharnessing workplace productivity

Employees who embrace activity-based working report significantly higher levels of workplace productivity (66 per cent) and pride (82 per cent), according to research released by Leesman. The study of over 70,000 employees, conducted in partnership with IFMA Sweden and financially supported by Tenant ...

Read More »

New survey reveals UK workers don’t get enough perks from their employers

Nearly two-thirds (61 per cent) of UK workers feel they are not receiving enough perks from their employers according to new research commissioned by facilities and building maintenance specialists, Direct365. The findings, appear to be inline with a study conducted ...

Read More »

Iron Mountain and PwC launch Information Value Index

Two-thirds of businesses are unable to make the most of their information – and a quarter derive no benefit at all according to new research from storage and information management company, Iron Mountain (IRM) and PwC. The study which surveyed 1,800 senior business leaders, divided ...

Read More »

New survey launched on ‘BIM readiness’ in the building services sector

A new study which will explore the readiness of the building services sector to engage with BIM (Building Information Modelling) within the next six to 12 months has been launched by the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) alongside the Chartered Institution of Building Services ...

Read More »