When an employee exits the building on their last day, decades of building knowledge can be lost. It’s called “brain drain.” In a recent study of facility workers, results showed that 40% of senior FMs plan to retire within the next eight years. Unless building information is digitally stored and easily accessible by facilities operations teams, 30-40 years of personal experience leaves with the retired worker. How can the risks and costs associated with the facilities "brain drain" be avoided?
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