Press Release: Pareto Appointed at The Postal Museum

Pareto Appointed to Manage Hard FM Services at The Postal Museum The Postal Museum has appointed Pareto FM to provide hard services at its newly built facility in Clerkenwell, London. Visitors to The Postal Museum can descend into the former engineering depot of Mail Rail and board a miniature train into the original tunnels deep below Royal Mail’s Mount Pleasant sorting office. About The Postal Museum: The Postal Museum in Clerkenwell reveals five centuries of British social and communications history as seen through the eyes of its iconic postal service. Alongside permanent exhibition galleries and a temporary exhibition space, Mail Rail – London’s secret Post Office Underground Railway.

Pareto featured in article 'Who owns gig worker talent management?'

Casual workers, zero-hours employees, agency staff, freelancers, gig workers... all names used to define the ever-growing contingent segment of the labour market. “This population is going to grow as a proportion of the workforce, and will also become more complicated because of imminent changes to tax legislation,” says Alastair Woods, partner of reward and employment at PwC, referencing IR35’s rollout to the private sector. “So HR and other departments will need to think about contingent workers as part of their talent strategy, and it needs someone to take a holistic approach.” Which raises a major question – how is a contingent workforce best managed? Often no single department takes own

Five years of continuous success for Pareto FM

Facilities and engineering services provider, Pareto FM, has reported its annual turnover has risen for the fifth consecutive year. Figures published this week for the year ending September 2019 show a 55% growth in turnover to £14.1m. Pareto FM has achieved 55% of significant organic growth at the end of its fifth year of trading and is on course to grow by a further 50% next year. This achievement builds on the 50% growth the company accomplished the previous year ending September 2018. The past 12 months has been a great success for the management team, who have maintained the growth momentum all while keeping the ethos and culture established at Pareto’s conception back in 2014 by Andrew

Pareto featured in Facilitate Article 'The Rise of Workplace Activism'

This month we investigate how organisations should deal with workforce campaigns for change. More than 80 per cent of organisations expect a rise in workforce activism in the next three to five years, with one in three senior executives listing workforce activism as one of the top three risks to their organisation’s reputation. The Future of Work study by law firm Herbert Smith Freehills found that fears about automation replacing human workers will be a key trigger for such activism, followed by pay and benefits, and environmental concerns. Activism could manifest in social media groups, digital petitions and a collective approach to whistle-blowing. Many will organise through tech platform

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