Some like it HOT

Pickard, Jane
May 2008
People Management;5/15/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p32
The article addresses the increasing practice of hot desking in Great Britain. Hot desking is a form of flexible working that seems to be undergoing a revival. Most staff work in sales and marketing so they spend much of their time working on clients' premises, from home or on the move, and around 20 per cent of them were hot-desking years ago.


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