28th June, 2011 - Posted by admin - Comments Off
The City of London Police and the SFO are considering sharing office space.
Businesses looking to cut back on costs could follow in the footsteps of City of London Police and the SFO and share office space in London.
The two agencies, which often work together, are considering sharing office space in a bid to save cash and develop their working relationship, reports the Daily Telegraph.
As part of the proposed move, both departments would share back office functions as well as floor space.
City of London Police Commissioner Adrian Leppard told the news provider: “We are in active discussions with the SFO about how we put more formal arrangements in place about our closer working relationship. We are never going to be a merged organisation but we can do more to work more efficiently.”
Sharing premises, or hot-desking, which means that staff move around where there is available space rather than having a fixed desk, have become increasingly popular since the recession, so why not try it in Manchester?