Analysis

Working during lockdown

The impact of COVID-19 on productivity and wellbeing

In May 2021, Deloitte will publish new insights into how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted digital skills and inclusion as well as worker wellbeing and the use of technology to enable remote working. Our findings are based on a survey of 1,248 UK workers. We ran a similar survey at the end of the first lockdown in May 2020. Below are some of the insights from that original research. If you would like to receive our new insights when published please click on the button to the right.

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Lockdown and workers’ wellbeing

Working from home and productivity

Lockdown and new technologies

What workers miss when working from home

Working from home after lockdown

Research was carried out by Ipsos MORI on behalf of Deloitte LLP. It screened a nationally representative quota sample of 2,213 UK adults, filtered to a sample of 1,321 workers aged 16-75, using its Online Omnibus. Fieldwork took place between 14th and 18th May 2020. Data has been weighted to the known offline population proportions for age within gender, employment status and social grade as well as government office region. Percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole percentage.

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