alternative workspace

alternative workspace

Various concepts relating to novel uses of space, including:
• Telecommuting. Working at home or on the road, with a computer network and possibly video links to a central office.
• Hoteling. Using office space on an as-needed basis via reservations, like a hotel room.
• Hot desking. In which telecommuters come into the office and use any available office or cubicle, without the need for reservations.
• Office sharing.
• Open office plans.

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While the alternative workspace industry has grown to include many players, unlike coworking, Breather has achieved significant success partnering with landlords in each of its markets to create private workspace solutions for their growing portfolios, positioning buildings for today's changing workforce.
Fort Lauderdale, FL, September 16, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Six months after Cresa helped Empire Executive Offices find the ideal building for alternative workspace in Downtown Fort Lauderdale, Thomas J.
This second alliance between Autodesk, Tocci and KlingStubbins kicks off with Autodesk's alternative workspace solutions (AWS) process, which was modeled after the success of the team's work on Autodesk's Waltham office.
Keen identifies these unusual forays of the novel as "annexes," a term which draws crucial attention to Victorian culture's immersion in spatial language and metaphors Like the architectural addition to a home or building, the narrative annex serves as both an extension of the novel's main storyline and as an alternative workspace where writers explore the border regions of sexuality and gender, irrationality and madness, the disenfranchised and the abandoned.
Empire Executive Offices will open the doors to its alternative workspace concept in August 2014.
More and more companies will reap economic and environmental benefits by implementing alternative workspace programs.
With the launch of this pilot, federal employees from participating departments will have access to shared, alternative workspaces in the National Capital Region (NCR) as well as in regions across Canada.
Tiny one-person cubicles in underground stations, camping tents under towering skyscrapers and even karaoke clubs are popping up as alternative workspaces all over Japan (AFP / MANILA BULLETIN)
(See graphs below and on page 26 about the average workday and attitudes toward alternative workspaces.)
Then there's another wing inside of that ring, which has meeting rooms and alternative workspaces. There are sky-lit courtyards on the inside, so there's natural light in the meeting-room layer.
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