Employee Perspectives on Working from Home: Wave 1 survey results

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Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic and related lockdowns has seen significant changes in activity and mobility patterns with an unprecedented level of individuals’ working from home (WFH) with associated drops in public transport patronage and traffic flow. This report is part of a wider project which aims to ascertain the extent to which working from home (WFH) has been undertaken since the advent of COVID-19 and is likely to continue in Perth and its implications for individuals, the transport system, and the economy at large. The project combines primary and secondary data sources to understand the potential of WFH to change travel demand, thus influencing policy responses and infrastructure investment decisions. This report presents detailed findings of the first wave (of three) of the employee online panel survey conducted to ascertain employee perspectives on WFH
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationPerth
PublisherPlanning and Transport Research Centre, University of Western Australia
Commissioning bodyiMove CRC
Number of pages86
Publication statusPublished - Sept 2021

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