Learning to work from home: experience of Australian workers and organizational representatives during the first Covid-19 lockdowns

@inproceedings{Marzban2021LearningTW,
  title={Learning to work from home: experience of Australian workers and organizational representatives during the first Covid-19 lockdowns},
  author={Samin Malek Marzban and Ivana Durakovi{\'c} and Christhina Candido and Martin G Mackey},
  year={2021}
}
Purpose This paper aims to provide a snapshot of workers' experience while working from home (WFH) during the Australian lockdown in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic. It focuses on lessons to inform organizations, employees and the design of the workspaces post-2020, human, organizational and environmental considerations may affect satisfaction, productivity and health. Design/methodology/approach Two separate surveys were designed for this study to target Australian organizations and… 

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