Covid's impact on working life - less than you might think?

Andy Fyers
Mon, 11 Jan 2021

Covid's impact on working life - less than you might think?
Andy Fyers
Mon, 11 Jan 2021
The covid-19 pandemic appears to have had no significant negative impact on workers' perceptions of their jobs.The Council of Trade Unions' (CTU) annual work-life survey in 2021 asked workers about their levels of job satisfaction, job security, income and workload – amongst other things.The results in 2021 largely mirrored those from the previous two years, despite the disruptive impact of the covid-19 pandemic in 2020 and a shift to working from home for some occupations.The survey was sent to a random selection of 50,000 unioni...

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