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Workplace Law’s biggest ever FM research programme

17 May 2013

Workplace Law’s FM survey has already generated a huge amount of responses and looks set to exceed the research programme’s success last year

This year’s research initiative focuses on leadership, the findings of which will be presented at the ThinkFM 2013 conference, taking place on Monday 10 June at the Royal College of Physicians in London.

The survey is open for completion for a further week, closing on Monday, 20 May 2013. Covering a range of issues, including talent in FM, sustainability, leadership in health and safety, plus looking at how leadership and performance management in FM can really add value to an organisation, this wide-ranging research programme will uncover best practices and develop benchmarks for use by FM organisations and their clients.

All participants will help contribute to one of the largest research programmes in FM this year, be provided with a copy of the summary report, and have the chance to win a Kindle Fire HD tablet. The full report will be available to purchase after the ThinkFM conference.


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