Make ‘Hot Desking’ Work for Everyone

If you don’t have assigned seats, you need furniture that lets everyone do their jobs efficiently and comfortably — no matter where they land.

Furniture, Procurement, Facilities Management, Office Management

In today’s offices, it’s not always one desk per person. With an increasing number of remote workers and pressure to reduce costs on space, many organizations have moved to “hot desking.” In this model, employees pick a space to work each time they come into the office. 

Desks aren’t assigned, which means each spot has to work for everyone. And that can be tricky. For hot desking to be successful, employees must feel supported and comfortable, wherever they choose to land for the day. 

Here’s what furniture buyers should keep in mind.