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LEESMAN HITS 600,000 MILESTONE


Workplace experience benchmark the Leesman Index hit a new apex this month with more than 600,000 responses contributing to what is now the largest independent research project of its kind.


Leesman works globally helping business leaders to understand how workplaces support individual and organisational performance. It does so by examining what employees are doing and how well each of the activities that they undertake as part of their role are supported by the physical, virtual and social infrastructures on offer. The


HSE’S NEW CEO


TAKES THE REINS Sarah Albon, the new Chief Executive of Britain’s workplace health and safety regulator has taken up her post this week.


Ms Albon vacated her position as inspector general and CEO of the Insolvency Service, where she had been since 2015 to take charge of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).


She replaces acting chief executive David Snowball who has held the post since June 2018 and will be retiring from HSE at the end of the year.


Ms Albon’s past roles includes roles as Director of Strategy and Change at Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunal Service, Director of Civil Family and Legal Aid Policy and Deputy Director of Criminal Legal Aid Strategy at the Ministry of Justice. She has also served as Principal Private Secretary to two Lord Chancellors.


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results are then analysed against the Leesman Index, a worldwide benchmark that calculates the design impact that these workplaces have on an employee’s overall experience, from their perception of personal productivity and level of enjoyment to their pride in their workspace.


To date, the Index includes responses from 4,263 buildings in 93 countries. The data currently shows that only 53.2% of employees agree that their workplace is a place they’re proud to bring visitors to; 58.4% agree it contributes to a sense of community; 57.2% agree their workplace creates an enjoyable environment to work in; and 58.0% agree it enables them to work productively.


The data makes clear that too many workplaces are not fit for purpose.


The Leesman Index is a rich research source that can be mined to help organisations and their corporate real estate teams turn the tide by engineering more strategic value from their workplaces.


B38 GROUP TEES OFF


WITH MYTIME ACTIVE Social enterprise Mytime Active has appointed B38 Group to provide a range of facilities management services for the next three years.


The Wakefield-based facilities management company will manage a wide range of services covering mechanical and engineering; and heating, ventilation and air conditioning. In addition, B38 Group will take a more strategic role including the provision of maintenance staff, training and support, as well as building lifecycle management with forward maintenance planning.


Established in 2004, Mytime Active runs lifestyle preventative health services across the UK via six leisure centres and 16 pay and play golf courses in London, the Midlands, and on the south coast. The company’s head office in Bromley is also said to be included in the contract.


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