Working at Home - Wellbeing Survey
This questionnaire is an opportunity for those of us who are working mainly from home to provide information which helps capture the effects of homeworking on our wellbeing. This survey is intended for employees who are based in the Republic of Ireland.

Please complete the questionnaire as fully as you are able. Please complete it if you have been working at home for at least part of the time for several months or if you have only recently started to work at home as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Your responses are being collected anonymously and there will be no way of tracking who you are or who you work for or your IP address. Because it would not be possible to link survey responses to any identified or identifiable individual, we believe that the responses are truly anonymous and are therefore not covered by the GDPR/Data Protection Act 2018.

Our aim is to report the findings in ways which help and support employers, public health officials, policy makers, and the MHFA community to assess how working at home for an extended period is affecting the Irish workforce.

The questionnaire is divided into FOUR sections and will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Please answer all of the questions if you can. Once you have completed the questionnaire, please press the SUBMIT button. This survey will be open for responses until 19 June 2020.

Your anonymous responses may be shared with the originators of the survey and, once we have analysed the results, they will appear on the MHFA Ireland website.

This survey is a replication of a survey conducted in the UK by the Institute for Employment Studies (IES), and we would like to take this opportunity thank IES and, in particular the creators of the survey, Stephen Bevan, Beth Mason & Zofia Bajorek for providing Mental Health First Aid Ireland and Saint John of God Hospital with permission to replicate the study.
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