How to Make Hotdesking Work
As more and more employees become flexible and work remotely or work from home, Remote Employment explains how to make hotdesking work for flexible jobs, work from home jobs, office and home based jobs and remote working jobs.
Bernard Crouch, of workstyle consultancy Peoplespace gives some simple ideas for how to make hot desking work for you
* Build the business case. Hot desking optimises space by allocating workstations according to need. It should only be implemented if it suits employee work patterns.
* Consult staff and managers to ensure you have 'buy in' and that everyone understands the pros and cons.
* Review your voice and data technology. To succeed, you'll need 'anytime, anywhere' connectivity.
* Train managers. It will help them to manage staff who don't work from a fixed work station.
* Modernise the office and give something back with smart facilities including pleasant spaces for meetings and breaks.
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