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As outsourced facilities services has come under the microscope over the past three years, Nick Martindale considers the appetite for bringing services back in-house.

The well-publicised demise of Carillion and the near-death experience of Interserve had a dramatic impact on the government and its services, as well as t...

Flocked floor coverings are popular because they are far more cleanable than other construction flooring, says Paul Rogers.

Forbo Flotex Colour Floor

Advances in technology have delivered floor coverings that successfully rival conventional carpets. Flocked flooring, in particular, has grown in popularity because of its...

As facilities management professionals' roles evolve to take on more operational duties in the retail space, Bradford Keen investigates if they will have the necessary skills. 

Imagine you’re a retailer that sells clothing and homeware but, during stocktake, your radio-frequency identification (RFID) device tells you th...

Co-working space in the Asia Pacific region is expected to overtake the European, Middle Eastern, African and Americas regions by 2021, according to flexible working experts.

GCUCs’ Global Data Partner, The Instant Group, predicts that overall, the industry will have 33,072 flexible working centres this year, which will...

FM firms should review the status of sleep-in workers to mitigate the risks of legal challenges over the right to minimum wage, according to a white paper by a legal advisory consultancy.

The document, Sleep-ins and the Minimum National Wage, published by International Workplace, examines the issues around pay for worke...

The Building and Construction Authority noted that public construction demand could come in at between $16.5 billion and $19.5 billion this year, with the total demand forecast to be between $27 billion and $32 billion. Upcoming projects include the Tuas mega port and Jurong Lake District.ST FILE PHOTO

Upturn in growth...

A total of 40 PEIs were surveyed, 27 of which had graduates from full-time bachelor's-level EDPs. These include Singapore Institute of Management, James Cook University and PSB Academy.

SINGAPORE - While job prospects for fresh graduates from private education institutions have improved slightly, they continue to lag be...

Mr Andrew Yeo was valedictorian at the Singapore Institute of Management. He then earned a master's degree in social policy and planning from the London School of Economics and Political Science, but still did not get a response for many of the government jobs he applied for. He eventually got a job as a research assis...

(From left) Lynn Hong, Sharmila Khan and Goh Keng Chwee, who graduated with degrees from private universities. PHOTOS: LEE JIA WEN, SINGAPORE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, NG SOR LUAN

When Ms Alicia Lum, 23, tells people she went from Victoria Junior College to the Singapore Institute of Management, many are surprised.

She co...

The survey showed that 79 per cent of fresh private school graduates were employed within six months of finishing their examinations. PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - Fresh graduates from private schools continue to fall behind their counterparts from public universities, even as more of them are doing part-time work, a surve...

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