Make desk moves in one sitting. Work directly on a map that looks just like your office. Track changes as you go.
Share with stakeholders before going live, whether it’s a seat swap or a new floor plan.
Create restrictions based on office policies and control who has access to different areas of the office.
Let your people manage themselves with easy, on-the-fly booking via the desktop, kiosk, or mobile app.
As soon as someone books a desk or a seat frees up, your office map updates instantly.
Make it easy for everyone to plan team onsites and book desks in advance.
Control office capacity by limiting the number of free desks at any given time.
Understand desk booking trends and identify ways to improve your space.
Confirm who was where and when with desk-check in data and exportable reports.
Manage the transition back to office. Experiment with layouts of safely distanced desks and visualize capacity.
Assign seats to employees who need a permanent desk and create a floor plan that’s right for your company.
Coordinate desk moves in one sitting. Work directly on an interactive map showing changes as you go.
Find available desks in your office. Filter by amenities, type, and more.
Meet people where they already are. Let employees find and book desks right from the mobile app, no training required.
Provide on-demand hot (one-day reservation) and hotel (multiple day reservation) desks with check-ins.
Download a copy of your office’s desk usage, contact tracing, and more on a specific day or date range.
Control who has access to what desks around the office. Clearly show what is and isn't available on your map.
We signed up for Robin due to the recent pandemic and the need for hoteled desks. Robin makes it super easy to block off desks and set up new meeting rooms or desks. There are a ton of features for you to recreate your office space and it is highly customizable. The team also finds it super user friendly when signing up for desks.
Desk hoteling is when employees book a desk in a workplace in advance for more than a day at a time. These team members don’t have permanently assigned seats but plan to use the same space for a longer period of time than traditional hot desking.
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Hot desking is a workplace strategy in which desks are used by different people at different times, on an ad hoc basis. This approach maximizes space efficiency for businesses and empowers employees to book their own desks.
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A hybrid workplace is a flexible model that is designed to support a distributed workforce of both in-office and remote workers. Rather than structuring work around a physical space, these organizations believe work can be done from anywhere.
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