Pareto FM partners with Amnesty International Amnesty International has appointed Pareto FM to provide hard services at its UK headquarters in Clerkenwell, London. The contract will see Pareto FM deliver all associated mechanical, electrical and fabric related planned and reactive maintenance. About Amnesty International Amnesty International is a global movement of over seven million people, helping to fight abuses of human rights worldwide. Bringing torturers to justice, ch
Pareto FM is raising funds for the men’s mental health charity, CALM, in the form of a group sky dive which is due to take place on 21st June 2020. Pareto have purposefully chosen Father’s Day to complete the jump to highlight the importance of men’s mental health. Suicide remains the single biggest killer of men aged under 45 in the UK. The sky dive is one of the highest within the UK, we will see the team jump from 15,000 ft which includes a sixty second free fall.
I started at Pareto in September having followed the company for a while and had met both Andrew Hulbert & Colin Kimber at networking events. Coming from a management position in the leisure industry I had a lot of experience but not necessarily the knowledge of FM, however from my first impressions and what I had heard about the business I knew Pareto would give me that opportunity to learn and grow, which is why I wanted to work with them. Since I’ve started there is yet to
Rebel Acts Bradford Keen speaks to FM's rebels about how antagonising the norms has led to success. The Israeli military calls it the ‘10th man’. Civilians refer to playing ‘devil’s advocate.’ But the underlying principle is the same: be the one in the room to interrogate group thinking, thereby challenging prevailing practices and accepted conventions. So who are rebels in the context of workplace and facilities management? They are the people, argues Andrew Hulbert, managin