With all the "magic bullets" being marketed these days, it's difficult to tell what's effective and what's nothing more than an expensive placebo or clickbait. Workplace productivity "cures" are no exception, bringing us to contemplate if techniques such as mindfulness and meditation actually improve job performance, or if they'll leave us with little more than wasted hours.
Hot desking divides workspaces by use rather than person. Assigned desks and cubicles disappear; commonly shared breakout spaces take their place. The jury is out on hot desking’s productivity. Here’s what companies need to know.
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