In April, R-Zero surveyed office workers across the U.S. to find out how the employee mindset has shifted after a year of working from home. What are employees’ greatest concerns as they return to the workplace, and what are their expectations of employers?
After over a year of living with the pandemic, employees now expect significant changes in the office workplace - to not only protect them from COVID-19, but all common illnesses. The Corporate Health Responsibility report highlights the findings of this survey, and provides actionable insights for employers to improve health and safety in workplace environments long-term.
of pre-COVID office workers would likely look for another job if their employer did not implement sufficient infection prevention protocols at the office.
This R-Zero survey was conducted online within the United States by The Harris Poll between April 1-5, 2021 among 982 adults ages 18+ who are employed full-time/part-time, among whom 823 worked in an office before COVID-19, and 185 who worked in an office before COVID-19 but currently work from home. This online survey is not based on a probability sample and therefore no estimate of theoretical sampling error can be calculated.