COVID-19 and work: invitation to share your experiences, views and feelings
Published: 2 May 2018
We are interested in your experience of working from home, the challenges and the opportunities it has provided, and invite you to take part in a survey and/or confidential interview
Institute of Health and Wellbeing's Athena Swan project officer, Rebecca Robinson, is conducting research into how working practices have been affected by COVID-19. We are interested in your experience of working from home, the challenges and the opportunities it has provided.
This will help the institute provide support as home-working continues and understand whether some sections of our staff are facing greater challenges than others. If we believe the findings are of more general interest we may seek to publish the research in a peer reviewed journal.
- The first part of the research is the survey which should only take 5 minutes to complete. People from all staff groups are eligible to participate so that we have a range of views.
- Rebecca will also be conducting interviews lasting 30-45 minutes. If you are willing to be interviewed or have any questions about the survey or interviews, please indicate at the end of the survey or contact Rebecca directly on Rebecca.Robinson@glasgow.ac.uk. Participation in both the survey and interviews is entirely voluntary.
First published: 2 May 2018