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Hot-desking needs to go, unless it’s designed to work for the worker

More companies are encouraging employees to leave their working-from-home arrangements and return to the office.

In line with this, they have begun a shift towards redesigning the office workspace by removing dedicated seating, so workers are hot-desking instead. This is an arrangement where employees have no assigned workspace. Instead, workstations are occupied daily on a first come, first served basis.

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