Survey about the impact of COVID-19 on the work of trade unions
This survey aims to gather information about how COVID-19 has changed the work of unions since the global pandemic was declared in March 2020 and to identify lessons for the future work of unions that can be learnt from this period. It is part of a research project by the University of Sheffield and Unions 21 (https://unions21.org.uk/).

The survey is for people who work for trade unions. It asks for your views on how the pandemic has affected your job and the union you work for, changes to union membership, and the impact of the pandemic on supporting, representing and engaging with members and reps.

It will take around 15 minutes to complete. Questions are not compulsory and personal details are not collected. Please provide as much or as little information as you can and are willing to share. You may wish to use a personal electronic device and to complete the survey outside of working hours.

Lead researcher: Tom Hunt (Deputy Director, Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute, University of Sheffield tom.hunt@sheffield.ac.uk)

You can view participant information about the study and privacy information here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Z4duc62rjvlMSi8SY6rQEq8p61PwfsVS/view?usp=sharing

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