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NFS and TWinFM Workplace 2021 Survey

NFS and TWinFM Workplace 2021 Survey
22 December 2020 | Updated 02 February 2021
 

This survey is now closed - you can view the results here

For your chance to win £250 of Amazon vouchers, share your thoughts on 2021 workplace trends in our short survey, in conjunction with NFS Technology.

The workplace culture that we left in early 2020 is no more, but there are many factors that drive successful workplace change. We are now witnessing relatively successful home working arrangements, the wide adoption of collaboration technologies and staff wellbeing is top of the agenda.

Facilities managers have been tasked with providing safe working guidelines, and have taken the lead in instilling a culture of confidence when it comes to returning to buildings. Whilst we are not exactly certain what the "new normal" might look like, the facilities and workplace management industry will surely help to lead the way.

 

Win £250 of Amazon Vouchers

 

This Workplace 2021 Survey, conducted by ThisWeekinFM and NFS Technology, seeks to identify some of these important drivers for change, how businesses are planning to implement structural change in their future workplace, as well as gaining a better understanding of the “how” question – the role of technology and the leadership of workplace change.

We will be sharing our findings in a report, due to be published in January 2021.

To thank you for your contribution, we will be entering all participants into a draw in December and the winner will be sent £250 of Amazon Vouchers (or equivalent in local currency).

This is your chance to contribute to valuable research in the facilities and workplace management sector, and to help shape workplace change for 2021.


VIEW  THE  SURVEY  RESULTS  HERE

 

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Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 22 December 2020

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