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Looking Forward to World Workplace

Our executive team is looking forward to attending another great IFMA World Workplace event, Oct. 3-5, in Charlotte, NC. For more than 38 years, World Workplace’s best-in-class education and peer-to-peer networking has facilitated knowledge-exchange between professionals to build better operations across industries. We look forward to exhibiting and networking with attendees (over 4,000!). If you’re… Read More

Bundling Services – Value Beyond a Discount

Bundling Services

When you hear the term “bundling services” you might think about your cable and internet package. Or perhaps the term brings to mind bundling your home and auto insurance. By combining services through a single provider, you are familiar with the opportunity to purchase services through a discount package. However, the value of bundled services… Read More

Sustainability Starts With People

Sustainability About People

Today’s facility management (FM) industry is focused heavily on sustainability and “green-value” resource management, as well it should be. Energy and labor costs continue to rise while operational budgets continue to shrink or stagnate. Savvy CEO’s and FM professionals understand their facility’s impact on the environment, productivity and people, and are using technology in new… Read More

Flexible Service Delivery to Meet Real Needs with Real People

Flexible Service Delivery

No two organizations or building operations are exactly the same. So why would your service delivery approach be the same? What works for a small corporate office will not work for a distribution center or large mixed-use facility. You need customized service delivery solutions that fit your culture, operational needs, and how building occupants are… Read More

Cost of Slips and Falls in the Workplace

Price of Safety Slips and Falls

From Dick Van Dyke to Will Ferrell, comedians have long made us laugh with their physical comedy. However, there is nothing funny about the real cost – and danger – of slips and falls. In 2015, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported 223,000 non-fatal falls in the workplace. Over 65% of those falls were… Read More