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Are you the next RICS FM case study?

Over the past few years, International Workplace has worked with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors to create five series of strategic FM case studies, focusing on the great work that the FM sector does. The next of these hugely success...


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International Workplace shortlisted for Learning Technologies Award

International Workplace has been announced as a finalist at the Learning Technologies Awards 2018 in the category ‘Best international learning platform implementation’. The shortlisting is a result of a nine-month collaboration betwee...


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Five-year electrical checks to be compulsory for landlords

Landlords must have electrical installations in their rental homes checked every five years under new rules. The new mandatory requirement for PRS landlords is one of a number of safety measures to be brought in by the government, which has also l...


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Apprenticeship service for all employers postponed to March 2020

Following the introduction of the apprenticeship reforms in May 2017, the Education and Skills Funding Agency has announced its intention to extend current contracts for training providers delivering training for employers that do not pay the appr...


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Increased funding announced for disabled people with the greatest barriers to work

The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Esther McVey, has announced increased funding to support businesses that provide extra employment support for disabled people with the greatest barriers to work. When the Work Choice employment progra...


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Call for businesses to prevent work-related lung cancer

Businesses are being urged to save lives by accessing free practical resources to reduce the toll of work-related lung cancer. A staggering 260,000 people die annually from lung, trachea and bronchus cancers caused by carcinogenic exposures at wor...