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As of March 31 Jørgen Lindegaard stepped down as group ceo of global building services giant ISS, to be succeeded by Jeff Gravenhorst who has been with the business since 2002.
Lindegaard, meanwhile, is to devote more time on work in various boards and will also join the board of directors of ISS. Chairman Ole Andersen said on his
Following the announcement at the end of last year of a change in name and corporate identity, JohnsonDiversey has now officially changed its name to Diversey. Along with the new branding, the global cleaning solutions provider is adopting a new tagline - "For a cleaner, healthier future".
President and ceo Ed Lonergan explained:
Introducing an EU-wide minimum income would help to reduce poverty, MEPs and employers and workers' representatives have agreed, but they remain undecided on if an EU framework directive is the best way forward.
The political importance of this issue, given that the latest economy and finance council had announced its intention to withdraw
Facilities management employers are among the most committed to staff training, with more than a third increasing the time devoted to skills development during the recession. That's the finding of the Asset Skills Barometer Project, a rolling six monthly survey of employers by the organisation in the UK.
While 34 per cent of those questioned
Leading facilities management services company Sodexo has launched a companywide programme aiming to raise awareness of diversity and inclusion issues within the workplace.
The programme aims to raise awareness of diversity, Sodexo says, enabling it to attract, retain and develop the widest and most diverse pool of talented employees - reflecting
The global trade union UNI has pledged its support for the Dutch cleaners who staged industrial action across the country last month. The cleaners, all members of the FNV Bondgenoten union, are campaigning for a wage increase, travel expenses, training opportunities, reduced work pressure and to be treated with respect.
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