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"FM now is about supporting people rather than supporting the building.” A conversation with Neil Marshall.

I recently had a chat with Neil Marshall, Work Place Psychologist, Workplace design, construction and moves programme director for British Red Cross. In this interview Neil shares his passion and insight into the link between human psychology and behaviour, and the workplace. In addition we discuss some of the great projects and successes he has been involved with at British Red Cross.


There may still be a level of uncertainty around returning to the workplace, however it is apparent that things are starting to move in the right direction. In the coming weeks and months we may start to see a gradual return to the workplace for many people, and FM professionals are going to play a huge part in getting the UK ready for work again. From social distancing guidance to advanced cleaning procedures, providing a safe and efficient workplace will be a daunting task for even the most skilled FMs out there.


The team at Maxwell Stephens have put together this guide to provide key decision makers in businesses an overview of the primary areas to be considered as they prepare the workplace for repopulation in a new, post-lockdown world. 

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