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TAB launches hot desk facility for brokers

  • 10/01/2022
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TAB launches hot desk facility for brokers
Bridging lender TAB will allow brokers to use its new office at The Grain Yard in Borehamwood as a hot desk base.


The lender is offering its broker partners a private room to work in, with access to all the lender’s amenities including the breakout space and unlimited tea and coffee.  

The hot desk facility has been set up for brokers who are currently working from home or are near London. They will be able to book a desk through their business development manager (BDM). 

Duncan Kreeger, chief executive and founder of TAB, said: “I hope this becomes a useful option for brokers who want a break from working on their own. The offices are modern and provide a professional environment in which to work. Whether you fancy taking a break from working from home, you’re having a meeting with one of the team, or if you’re just in the area, we are open to all TAB brokers.  

“With TAB having recently moved to new premises, we now have the space and facilities to offer this option for our broker clients.” 

The lender also said there was a mental health benefit to providing a working space away from home for brokers who may no longer have access to a base. 

It pointed to research from recruiter Randstad UK, which showed a third of professionals said they missed physical meetings and 27 per cent reported a decline in mental health since working from home. 

Victoria Short, chief executive of Randstad UK, said: “The chance to get out of the house and have some free biscuits is clearly valued more highly than the time people win back by working from home or the benefits or choosing when you work. Working remotely also appears to be damaging people’s mental health to a degree.”  

Kreeger added: “I don’t want to overdo it, but I think there’s a potential mental health benefit here, too.  Brokers are naturally outgoing people. I don’t know many that thrive in a solitary environment.” 

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