Office Hotelling Guide

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Office Hotelling Guide

Employees are demanding agile approaches to scheduling that let them choose when to be in the office. Hotelling is one such approach – it lets employees reserve office workspaces as they need them, and helps workplaces keep track of safe capacity limits, contact tracing, and coordination among colleagues. Use this quick-reference guide for a look at key considerations for setting up an office hotelling system and what features small, medium, and large organizations might need.

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