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How to hot desk

How to hot desk

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Your organisation might start hot desking for various reasons: culture change, building refurbishment, budget costs or improve flexible working. Hot desking is an organisation system where multiple employees are sharing a work station. For example, there are 100 staff for 80 desks. If this is familiar to you, share your experience by editing this article.
Your organisation might start hot desking for various reasons: culture change, building refurbishment, budget costs or improve flexible working. Hot desking is an organisation system where multiple employees are sharing a work station. For example, there are 100 staff for 80 desks. If this is familiar to you, share your experience by editing this article.
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Stephanie.Hill ; WEditor ; webtemp@ncvo-vol.org.uk Stephanie.Hill ; WEditor ; webtemp@ncvo-vol.org.uk ; markb@textmatters.com ; chrismilway@googlemail.com ; watfordgap
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Your organisation might start hot desking for various reasons: culture change, building refurbishment, budget costs or costs or improve flexible working. Hot desking is an organisation system where multiple employees are sharing a work station. For example, there are 100 are 100 staff for 80 desks. If this is familiar to you, share your experience by experience by editing this article.

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