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FMs Report 2016 Facility Department Staffing Plans



Survey of FMs offers facility department staffing benchmarks for 2016 for a variety of building types





The 2016 FM Pulse survey obtained information about facility managers' expectations for their department staffing in the coming year. Survey question: In the next year, I expect my department will: Add positions, Reduce/eliminate positions, Keep staffing the same.

Total respondents N=2,467
Will add positions: 25%
Will keep staffing the same: 64%
Will reduce/eliminate positions: 11%

Commercial (Corporate office) N=366
Will add positions: 28%
Will keep staffing the same: 61%
Will reduce/eliminate positions: 11%
   
Commercial (Leased space) N=201
Will add positions: 25%
Will keep staffing the same: 65%
Will reduce/eliminate positions: 10%
   
Medical N=363
Will add positions: 21%
Will keep staffing the same: 68%
Will reduce/eliminate positions: 11%

Education (Higher ed) N=348
Will add positions: 21%
Will keep staffing the same: 60%
Will reduce/eliminate positions: 19%
   
Education (K-12) N=312
Will add positions: 20%
Will keep staffing the same: 71%
Will reduce/eliminate positions: 9%
   
Government (Federal) N=137
Will add positions: 31%
Will keep staffing the same: 50%
Will reduce/eliminate positions: 19%
   
Government (State) N=79
Will add positions: 25%
Will keep staffing the same: 59%
Will reduce/eliminate positions: 16%
   
Government (Municipal) N=147
Will add positions: 31%
Will keep staffing the same: 61%
Will reduce/eliminate positions: 8%
   
Hospitality N=79
Will add positions: 28%
Will keep staffing the same: 62%
Will reduce/eliminate positions: 10%




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