The Workplace Impact winner has created direct FM activities, systems, and processes that not only deliver sustainable and functional workplaces, but also positive workplaces that increase job satisfaction and productivity.

WINNER

> Ministry of Justice Commuter Hubs Powered By Matrix Booking

MOJ Hubs and Matrix Booking

The judges recognised the clear benefit of The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Commuter Hubs project as providing a better work/life balance for staff, including reducing the number of workstations in Central London and utilising existing offices at minimal cost. Commuter Hubs are bookable desks and meeting rooms throughout the South East that add flexibility to work patterns of staff who work in Central London offices.

www.justice.gov.uk / www.matrixbooking.com / @matrixbooking

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HIGHLY COMMENDED

> AstraZeneca – Middlewood Court, Macclesfield Campus – ‘A Great Place to Work’

MWC

 

The FM team at Macclesfield received Highly Commended for their ‘Great Place to Work’ scheme which impacted 1,000 AstraZeneca employees by creating an activity-based workplace. The flexible working space transformed the once conservative, insular and internal culture at the company to become a progressive workspace that has exceeded all expectations.

www.astrazeneca.com / @AstraZeneca

 

 

ALL FINALISTS

> Ministry of Justice Commuter Hubs Powered By Matrix Booking (winner)
> AstraZeneca – Middlewood Court, Macclesfield Campus – ‘A Great Place to Work’ (highly commended)
> Interserve and the BBC
> Amaya – Renovations & Continuous improvements of IOM, Dublin and London offices
> Allen & Overy LLP – Bishops Square Workplace Strategy