Remote workers sought for National Remote Working Survey

Remote work survey

by HRHQ Editorial Team

Researchers from the University of Galway and the Western Development Commission are calling on employees to share their experiences regarding remote and hybrid working by taking part in the annual National Remote Working Survey.

It is the fourth annual survey and the findings of previous studies have been used by the Government to help form strategies and policies in the area of remote working.

The 2023 survey will offer a comprehensive view of how remote and hybrid work is shaping work experiences and employment dynamics in Ireland.

The National Remote Working Survey is led by Professor Alma McCarthy, Dr Meave O’Sullivan, Professor Eoin Whelan and Dr Luke McGrath at University of Galway, alongside Allan Mulrooney and Deirdre Frost at the Western Development Commission

.The survey is open until open until Monday 2 October and can be completed here.

The findings of 2023 National Remote Working Survey will be published by the end of October.