Researchers at Loughborough University are looking to explore worker’s views on remote working and the benefits and challenges of this in the future.
Many people have been required to work from home across the pandemic lockdown periods. This extended period has indicated that efficiencies might be available by considering alternative locations for work.
This project will explore the personal challenges and benefits to the working population of remote/hybrid working, and explore worker’s thoughts, opinions and preferences about their future working location(s) and practices.
The ‘evaluation of the transition to flexible location working (RELOCATE)’ study is being run by colleagues in Loughborough University’s School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences and School of Design and Creative Arts.
If you would like to participate, please complete this anonymous online questionnaire. It should take no longer than 30 minutes.
Please note that the questionnaire includes sensitive questions about your general wellbeing (e.g., in relation to your levels of perceived stress).
After completing the questionnaire, participants will have the option of providing the research team with their email address so that they can be entered into a prize draw to win one of 3 Fitbit Charge 2 devices, and/or be invited to take part in further surveys in 6-and 12-months’ time. Email addresses will be stored separately to questionnaire data, and all data will remain anonymous.