hot-desking


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hot-desking

(ˈdɛskɪŋ)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the practice of not assigning permanent desks in a workplace, so that employees may work at any available desk
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It comes just a day after reports that Debenhams is considering renting out space in its flagship Oxford Street store to hot-desking firm WeWork as it looks to fill excess space in its larger shops.
In case you didn't know, Campus North is the thriving hot-desking, co-working and event space for the early stage tech start-ups, developers and freelancers, and Tech For Life provides fun and exciting education programmes for kids and adults.
The Famous Grouse Ideas Centre (FGIC) is an innovation lab which will be housed in Creative Exchange on completion of the regeneration of the former St John~s primary school, Creative Exchange will also provide hot-desking, project and workshop space, artists~ studios and 12 offices for creative industries.
But, even so, everything about hot-desking fills me with fear and loathing: not because of what it is but because of what it isn't.
Eleanor Joslin, manager of Mirage Project Point Dubai, commented: "We were thrilled by the response we had to our debut programme of talks at the Project Point, and the positive feedback we received from visitors about the space, with many registering their interest in using the venue for workshops, hot-desking, and talks - which is what it's designed to offer.
Its ergonomic wedge design supports the laptop for comfortable typing, and its compact size fits in the hot-desking, flexible environments of modern workspaces.
Hot-desking has long been the way for start-ups and freelancers to work from different sites, but for businesses that need space for their craft, that can be tricky.
Hot-desking is a creative and flexible alternative to upscaling using shared workspaces and technology to maximise the efficiency of your business.
You can think of it as the evolution of hot-desking, where companies cut costs by employees sharing a desk.
If I was to use the hot-desking facility within the Distillery, I would buy the five-day pass at PS30.
A classroom fire sees Miss Postern hot-desking with chemistry teacher Mr Church But there's an even more alarming development for PE teacher Mr Gunn when caretaker Gareth becomes his new room-mate.
Nathan Roberts, 30, claims North West Ambulance Service's hot-desking policy forced him to resign because he had panic attacks when colleagues took his seat in the busy Belle Vue office in Manchester.