Reverse hoteling is when an employee with an assigned desk offers up their desk to a flexible desking pool for other employees to book. Reverse hoteling is often used when an employee goes on vacation, is out of the office for meetings, or is booked for a day. Once they return, the desk is theirs again just like any other assigned desk. Ex: when Sally’s out on vacation, her desk becomes open to book.
Don’t let hybrid work get in the way of collaboration. Give employees an easy way to manage their hybrid schedules, invite colleagues to a seat, and book the nearest table.