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Facilities Management articles for the week of 10/22/2023 - 10/28/2023

ADA Compliance Should Include Input from People with Disabilities

t’s difficult to overstate the significance of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which went a step farther than simply prohibiting discrimination based on disability.   The act, passed by Congress and signed into law by President George H.W.

Read This » 7 Ways Workplace Design Enhances Occupant Health and Wellness

ccording to a 2023 report from Resume Builder, 90 percent  of companies will return to the office by the end of 2024.

Read This » Revolutionize Grounds Management with Autonomous Mowers in 2023

or grounds managers looking to make the leap into autonomous mower technology, McElroy says no time is better than now.  “2022 might as well have been 10 years ago, with the number of advancements that were made with robotic and autonomous mowers,” McElroy says.  Robotic mowers have made great strides in their method of cutting.

Read This » Government Facility Sustainability Challenges and Solutions

any government facilities face environmental challenges.

Read This » Continuing Education Works as a Retention Technique

ith employee turnover rates reaching all-time highs, companies are making employee retention a priority as older employees are set to retire within the next decade.

Read This » How to Plan for Electric Vehicle Parking

he ripple effects of any disruptive technology are often felt far and wide.

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