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hot-desking

(ˈdɛskɪŋ)
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(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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Hot desking 'wastes two weeks per year' Workers who hotdesk in offices are wasting up to two weeks a year simply looking for somewhere to sit, a new study suggests.
HOT DESKING: When workers have no permanent workstation or desk and are assigned temporary workspace based on current need.
HOT DESKING in offices is "flawed" and is affecting the mental wellbeing of workers, research suggests.
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The new club will include hot desking space and private offices, as well as a free-to-use events auditorium, meeting rooms, and extensive cyclist and changing facilities.
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"This is an opportunity for occupiers to create high-quality, modern, flexible offices which take account of the most up-to-date working practices, including hot desking and break-out areas.
Featuring an open floor-plan with "hot desking" areas and social hubs where staff can work in a more informal setting, WHISHWORKS' teams benefit from social, collaborative gains, alongside "quiet" spaces for more focused work tasks.
Clockwise aims to attract demand for flexible hot desking, coworking and serviced offices.
The building has stood empty for some time as all of the staff who were previously based in the building have now been moved into the town hall or are "hot desking" as part of the council's new "agile working system".