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If you’re responsible for maintaining stores, restaurants, clinics, centers, buildings or any type of facilities, different times of year bring different challenges. Every season brings its own unique set of conditions that can dramatically impact your facilities management program.
Towards the end of the year, facilities managers need to ensure all locations are prepared for the holiday season and be smart about year-end budgeting and planning. While facilities managers are always ‘on,’ the last months of the year are the start of a particularly important time period. Come summer, traffic patterns, weather flows, and staffing fluctuations bring their own set of issues to handle. Other seasons have their own characteristics.
There are a number of essential activities that most facilities managers should be focused on throughout the year but particularly need to plan for during specific parts of each year.
In this eBook, ServiceChannel identifies a number of scenarios FMs are likely to face, and the specific actions FMs can take now to improve their company’s — and their own — performance.
One common thread is that all these activities rely on technology as today, facilities management software is an integral part of any FM’s role, regardless of season.
You can download the eBook at http://info.servicechannel.info/what-facilities-managers-should-do-now-ebook.
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