Hot desking… it’s not a new way to solve the age-old battle to control the office thermostat, and it’s not going to keep your coffee warm. It’s an increasingly popular method to boost efficiency and decrease spending, simply by furnishing smaller spaces with fewer desks. How does it work?
Office design plans are rapidly evolving in today’s digital world. When your work exists in the cloud or on the screen, where you sit becomes less fixed and more fluid. Flexible office furniture can be shared by multiple people on an as-needed basis.
O2 Now systems furniture offers hot desks that can stand alone or be clustered in groups of up to six. They’re available with convenient integrated power that connects directly into your building’s electrical grid, or as a less costly unpowered version if you’re planning to place them near existing outlets.
Low profile panels facilitate collaborative team work, tall panels provide private spaces for focused head-down work, and mid-height panels accommodate anything in between. To create a supportive flexible work space with a variety of choices, consider furnishing your space with all three! Scroll down for some hot tips on hot desking.