Working From Home: Healthy Sustainable Working During the Covid-19 Pandemic and Beyond

Gail Kinman, Christine Grant, Janet Fraser, Nick Bell, Gavin Breslin, Tracey Colville, Richard Kwiatowski, Catherine Steele, Noreen Tehrani, Louise Thomson, Benna Waites, Layne Whittaker, Grania MacKey

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Abstract

Working from home has become widespread since restrictions to control Covid-19 were introduced in the UK. This has meant a major shift for individuals and organisations. Some have found it a positive experience. Others have struggled to adjust to new environments and work patterns. As lockdown measures are relaxed, homeworking is expected to continue making it the ‘new normal’ for many. It is important that employers and employees work together to ensure successful
homeworking. The following guidelines are based on an approach of open communication and shared commitment to homeworking during the pandemic
and beyond.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherBritish Psychological Society
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - 27 May 2020

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    Kinman, G., Grant, C., Fraser, J., Bell, N., Breslin, G., Colville, T., Kwiatowski, R., Steele, C., Tehrani, N., Thomson, L., Waites, B., Whittaker, L., & MacKey, G. (2020). Working From Home: Healthy Sustainable Working During the Covid-19 Pandemic and Beyond. British Psychological Society.