Hot Desking


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Hot Desking

The practice in which employees in an office are assigned to an area with several desks, but no one desk belongs to any one person. That is, employees can choose the desk they use each day within the designated area. Hot desking is an alternative to assigning each employee a cubicle.
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Four business pods in the gardens of Eastburn are taken, with another four businesses having fixed desk space in a shared office in the building, another three using hot desking facilities and one larger business with its own office.
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Their priority is to develop City Spirit's Corporate Pod business centre concept which provides serviced office, virtual office, hot desking, meeting room hire and business centre support services for a broad range of clients.
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In addition to support offered by UKTI and chambers, these business centres will provide other services - from hot desking to PR and discounted advice from experts - across 40 high-growth markets such as Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Poland.
The firm's high profile move of 130 staff from two offices in the Midlands to 45 Church Street in Birmingham gave them the opportunity to reassess their working style, introducing large open plan spaces, hot desking areas and 'hot' offices for visiting clients and staff.