Covid-19 and Working from Home Survey: Preliminary Findings

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The report presents preliminary analysis of findings from a UK-wide survey of office workers working from home (WFH). This inquiry was conducted because WFH was not a passing phase. With workers WFH for many months and facing many more, if not permanently, robust evidence was urgently required of their experiences. In late-2019, around 5% of UK workforce WFH. By April 2020, 43.1% were WFH, declining to 25% in August, rising again to 40%+ in early 2021.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGlasgow
Number of pages30
Publication statusPublished - 21 Mar 2021


  • Covid-19
  • working from home
  • trade union
  • mental health
  • mental ill health
  • OHS
  • work intensification
  • teleworking
  • work life balance
  • wellbeing


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