The impact of working from home

A survey conducted by the Office for National Statistics showed that both men and women are concerned by the impact of Covid19 on their job, however, women were more concerned about their health and safety when it comes to working from home.


👉 'Increase in hours worked': 17.5% of women/ 16.6% of men


👉 'Finding working from home difficult': 18.8% of women/ 10.7% of men


👉 'I am worried about my health and safety at work': 17.7% of women/ 4.3% of men


👉 'Working long hours with no breaks or reduced breaks': 9.2% of women/ 2.8% of men


Read the full report here.


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