Reverse hoteling is an advanced workplace management strategy or practice where permanently-assigned space is temporarily offered for use to other workers when the normally-assigned worker is not in the office on a given day or during a set number of hours. When a permanently-assigned space is reverse-hoteled for a few hours or days while its normal occupant is out, the space is added to the pool of hoteling resources for use by mobile workers, thereby increasing the available resources and, most likely, the resulting utilization rate for that location.