According to U.S. Census Bureau statistics compiled in 2013, there are more than 8.6 million women-owned businesses operating in the United States, generating more than $1.3 trillion in revenues and employing nearly 7.8 million people.
In “How Facility Management Is Changing in 2015,” by online education provider RedVector, researchers suggest that facility management as a career field is also facing a threat in the form of surging baby boomer retirement.
As 2014 ended, a leading waste management company found itself in a crisis that, for many, seemingly came out of nowhere. But it wasrecycle.png probably destined to occur, as the commodity price of many recyclables dipped again, revealing ongoing flaws with the overall recycling process.
When Amazon announced it was interested in acquiring Radio Shack stores the face of the retail industry changed, and in some respects stayed the same, with one of the world’s ecommerce giants confirming that customers of all ages want [read more]
While facilities managers across the retail industry are still required to maintain a fundamental understanding of lighting, electrical and other relevant mechanical systems, as well as staying current with the latest trends, the day-to-day activities in the FM shop are increasingly [read more]