Hot desking is one way to manage workspaces in a hybrid office. Learn some hot desking pros and cons to decide if it’s the right approach for your company.
Hot desking has become a hot topic — no pun intended — among IT leaders in the last year as they look to implement the best strategy to support hybrid work. Some organizations are reducing their office space to cut real estate costs, while others are redesigning their existing offices to focus more on collaboration and meeting rooms. Hot desking enables employees who come to the office to reserve workspaces and IT resources on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Of the more than 900 companies surveyed in Metrigy’s global “Workplace Collaboration MetriCast 2022” study, roughly 27% had implemented a hot desking strategy to support hybrid work. Those evaluating how to support employees in a hybrid workplace must weigh the hot desking pros and cons to determine if it’s the right policy for their office.
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