Hot desking and hybrid workforces

Entrepreneurs still avoid filling their offices completely again and instead exploit the advantages of a hybrid workforce. These are, firstly, the avoidance of too many contacts, as employees work from different locations and thus do not meet each other. Hygiene regulations can thus be easily complied with. In addition, companies can also rely on smaller office premises overall, thus saving on rental and heating costs

The hot desking model has proven to be a useful supporter of the hybrid workforce. Employees who do not have the opportunity to work at home or simply do not want to do so can thus book a suitable free desk in their vicinity. On the supplier side, currently free spaces can thus be ideally utilized, creating a win-win situation. To make it easy for employees to find a suitable desk, companies can support them in their search and possibly cooperate with providers. Due to the high demand, planning is particularly important, as the first come first serve principle often applies. 

In order to avoid problems with the overview or even legal violations when flexibilizing the work locations, it is worthwhile to use a web-based time recording system to record the time worked. The relevant entries can be made quickly and easily via any browser on the PC and all working times are already stored in the system. If desired, the work location can also be recorded, so that all colleagues can see who is active where. These options are also available via smartphone, which can be ideally integrated into everyday business life.