Our YouGov poll of employees who've been working from home has delivered some surprising results about returning to office work.
Our UK Corporate Compliance Trends Survey 2020 details data protection failures, social media misuse and other compliance breaches witnessed by thousands of UK employees.
From challenges and resources to data protection, our survey conducted by YouGov includes insights by firm size, sector, region and demographics to help you to manage WFH better.
Half of Britain's employees haven't got the resources needed to work from home safely & productively according to the Skillcast WFH Insights YouGov survey.
British employees are failing to take even basic measures to ensure data security working from home during the pandemic according to our YouGov survey.
68% of employees currently working from home want to in the future and only 44% can't wait to go back to their offices according to research conducted by YouGov for Skillcast.
Whilst most British employees face challenges working from home, older workers are coping better according to our WFH Insights Survey.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) says that short, frequent breaks are better than less frequent longer breaks. But our survey found that homeworkers are not always taking them.
Whilst all surveyed age groups seemed to agree over the upsides, they had widely different views of the downsides. Millennials (aged under 35 years) reported far more downsides working from home more than others.
97% of British employees who are now working from home found at least one advantage in homeworking, according to a new survey conducted by YouGov on behalf of Skillcast.
Almost half of the employees we surveyed (45%) said that their employer is not always providing all of the necessary resources that they need to work from home.
Nearly 4 out of 10 surveyed (39%) are currently working from home as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and a further 10% reported working from home both before and during the outbreak.
Skillcast has partnered with YouGov to conduct primary research into compliance issues, attitudes and risk perceptions in the UK workplace. Find out more about our May 2020 Working from Home Survey.
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