Traditionally ‘hot desks’ or ‘hot desking’ was the term given to temporary work stations for employees on a adhoc basis. The term is thought to have originated in the early 1990’s and derived from the term hot racking – a system in which sailors shared bunks by sleeping in shifts. In more recent years businesses have adapted this method to provide companies and individuals with ‘desk space’ – a similar set up to the traditional hot desks without the daily ‘hunt’ for a new desk. Individuals can be allocated a desk on a weekly, monthly or even yearly basis with the same financial benefits as hot desking.
Permanent desk space is the ideal solution for businesses or individuals looking for a professional working environment without the large overheads of renting an office space. From as little as £25 per week professionals can be provided with a workspace including; furniture requirements, computer terminal, Wi-Fi, system hire and line rental. Working from home no longer needs to be the only alternative to renting an office space.