Analysis of the Dependence of Factors Influencing the Evaluation of Remote Work

Anna Stasiuk-Piekarska
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XXIV, Special Issue 5, 742-757, 2021
DOI: 10.35808/ersj/2763


Purpose: The aim of the article is to present in-depth results of the study, which was carried out to check the sense of health and general well-being of employees working at home. Design/Methodology/Approach: To achieve the goal, the respondents were asked about the approach of the management of organizations from various industries in terms of organizing work during the COVID-19 pandemic, and employees were also asked about their work from home, attitude to this type of work, their housing and other possibilities. The study was based on the CAWI computer-assisted diagnostic survey. The research tool was a self-questionnaire. The questionnaires in the period from 12 to 21 November 2020 were completed by 95 respondents aged 18 to 59. The basic results are presented in the article: "The impact of remote work on human well-being". Findings: As a result, it turned out that women more often feel the psychological and physical effects of a pandemic, and men are more unanimous in their indications (e.g., weight gain, mood drops, etc.). In addition, it turned out that employees of medium and large enterprises can count on the greatest support in the field of organizational changes. Practical Implications: The conclusions drawn based on the analyzes are a signpost for the individualization of solutions by organizations in supporting the achievement of a sense of mental and physical well-being of their employees Originality/Value: The research on impact of COVID-19 on well-being and comfort of employees have been conducted all over the world since the pandemic hit the world. Providing various perspectives, social and economical background can improve resilience of companies and economies in the future, disregarding the type and duration of crises to come.

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