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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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Launched by the owners of Northern Quarter restaurant Evelyn's and situated in the basement beneath it, the stylish space will cater to freelance creatives during the day with hot desking stations, free wifi, and hot drinks included in the price.
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.
Clockwise aims to attract demand for flexible hot desking, coworking and serviced offices.
There are different types of contracts, from longer term hire of pods to hot desking.
The space is open from Wednesdays to Saturdays from 12pm to 12am, offering food and drink events, live music, DJs on (Friday/Saturday nights) and film screenings, talks, workshops, exhibitions, classes, library, markets and hot desking.
A A growing number of companies now allow, if not encourage, things such as home working, remote working and hot desking.
Birmingham's very own property super sleuth, Theo Holmes from CBRE, dons his deerstalker and gets out his magnifying glass to investigate how new working practices are changing the way occupiers shop for office space The case: THE introduction of new working practices, such as hot desking and flexible working, mean occupiers have a new list of requirements when hunting for office space.