Office Hoteling: Flexible Workspace for Maximized ProductivityJan 07
As companies strive for greater customer satisfaction and loyalty, employees such as Jeff are more often on the road and don’t need permanent designated office space that is rarely used. From a company standpoint, this isn’t an efficient use of space. But where do you put these workers when they are in the office? That’s where Office Hoteling offers the perfect solution.
Stegmeier Consulting’s Insight…
Even if members of your workforce do not travel 80% of the time as the individual in this piece does, your organization still maybe able to take advantage of the concept of hoteling.
For instance, if your employees are simply using their desks as “touchdown” spaces where they recover from and prepare for their next conference room meeting, perhaps that dedicated workstation is simply wasting space. The same goes for desks of employees that have the ability to work remotely from a home office. Companies that have moved to a hoteling structure have realized that a 1:1 desk to employee ratio can be inefficient and even costly.
How ready is your organization for a shift to a new, more efficient and less expensive workplace strategy? Contact Stegmeier Consulting Group and let us help you conduct a change-readiness assessment of your company. From there, we can help guide and train your people to successfully adapt to your workplace change.
Stegmeier Consulting Group can assist with a wide range of challenges involved in implementing a workplace change initiative. Contact us to find out how our services can help your organization.
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