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.
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