Working From Home – under what conditions?

In March this year, COVID meant that many Queenslanders started working from home. Restrictions have eased and a partial or complete return to work has occurred for many. Should the option to work from home be extended generally and, if so, under what conditions?

The Queensland Council of Unions (QCU) is currently conducting a research project, aiming to establish how work from home and telecommuting arrangements can be more effectively implemented. The Project covers issues including supervision, communication, mental health, safety, and work patterns, including work intensification.

FSU members participated in the QCU Focus Group activity earlier this year with the contribution gratefully received.

The QCU is now offering our members the opportunity to be part of the Working from Home Survey which is open to all Queensland workers. It should take about 5  minutes and you can access it by clicking the link below.  Please note that it will close on 18 January 2021.

Share your experience confidentially and be part of this project that will identify best practice, areas to improve, and how working from home has been received by Queensland workers.

Not a member yet? Join your colleagues in the FSU today!

Authorised by Wendy Streets, QLD Local Executive Secretary