Engaging Generation Z in Facilities Management

A Strategic Imperative for Sustaining the Talent Pipeline

Executive Summary:

The Facilities Management (FM) industry stands at a critical juncture, facing the challenge of attracting and retaining the next generation of talent. Generation Z, defined as those born between 1996 and 2012, is entering the workforce with a unique set of values and expectations. This white paper explores the importance of apprenticeship schemes, mentoring programs, and innovative engagement strategies to ensure that the FM industry remains vibrant and capable of meeting future demands.

Introduction:

As the FM industry evolves, it is imperative to address the looming and serious talent gap exacerbated by the retirement of Baby Boomers and the shifting priorities of Millennials. Generation Z represents a significant portion of the potential future workforce, and their engagement is crucial for the continuity and growth of the FM sector.

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Engaging Generation Z in Facilities Management

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Insights by MAR Facilities Management

In the current landscape influenced by a cost-of-living crisis, prolonged industrial action, energy supply challenges in the UK, and global political uncertainties, the facilities management industry stands at a critical juncture.


The ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have not gone away completely further accentuated the importance of efficient facility and building services, which constitute a significant portion of operational costs for numerous organisations.


Industry Growth & Challenges
Notably, while growth appears promising, cost pressures driven by inflation and factors driven by global uncertainties are still a growing concern for clients and providers alike.


Emerging Trends in 2024
Drawing insights from industry experts, several key trends are expected to shape the facilities management landscape in the UK for the remainder of 2024 and beyond.

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Emerging Trends in 2024

Optimising Workplace Strategies

The Future of Facilities Management

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Redefining MAR Facilities Management’s Approach to Cleaning Chemicals by offering choice.

In response to the pressing need for environmental sustainability and our own green agenda, MAR Facilities Management is committed to reducing our reliance on single-use plastics and promoting eco-friendly alternatives in our operations.

This white paper outlines three sustainable options that our organisation is increasingly implementing as part of our ongoing efforts to our clients: Super concentrated labelled paper pouches, Bio hygiene enzyme plant-based chemicals, and water-based cleaning solutions such as Clean Zero from 2San.

By adopting these alternatives, we aim to minimise carbon footprint, enhance storage efficiency, and promote cleaner and healthier environments for our clients.

White Paper Overview:

01. Introduction

02. Super Concentrated chemical in Labelled Paper Pouches

03. Bio Hygiene -Enzyme Plant-Based Chemicals

04. Water-Based Cleaning Solutions: Clean Zero from 2San

05. Conclusion

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