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COVID-working: changes in work environments

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a strong effect on how and where people were able to work during the lockdown. I am sure you have experienced some changes too. Even though some of us have already gotten back to offices, some changes are there to stay. How has ‘the global remote work experiment’ affected you and your work?

Together with a group of researchers from Tampere University Faculty of Built Environment, Aalto University Department of Built Environment, and the Polytechnic University of Milan Department of Architecture Construction Engineering and Built environment, we are conducting a survey to investigate how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the ways of working and the usage of space. We are particularly interested in understanding how home working affected you in the academic community. The survey is part of the research project titled 'Working from Home'.

The questionnaire is totally anonymous and would take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Feel free to share it to colleagues in your academic institution.

We ask you to answer to the best of your knowledge, keeping in mind that there are no right or wrong answers. The data collected, which will be processed in accordance with the European GDPR legislation (EU 2016/679), will allow us to understand how the spaces and ways to carry out our academic work are changing both at home and at the university, and to shed light on the scenarios of tomorrow's work,

By continuing, you confirm your willingness to participate in our research and express your consent to the processing of the data provided (you can read the privacy notice by clicking here). Your participation is anonymous and voluntary and you can withdraw at any time (see the accompanying privacy notice for details).

For doubts, clarifications and proposals, please contact us at: sofie.pelsmakers@tuni.fi