In view of the pandemic outbreak caused by COVID-19, the FMUL, in order to ensure the regular conduction of the academic year and the normal functioning of services, as well as the safety and well-being of its academic community, promoted the labour activities of the Non-Teaching Employees (NTE) in the form of Telework and/or Mixed work. It is estimated that between March and September 2020, around 80% of all NTE employees were teleworking or under a mixed work regime.
In order to assess the impact of this new way of working at FMUL, the adaptation and (re)organization of activities and working methods after 1 year of the pandemic, the GPEQ designed a study with the aim of evaluating the perceptions of NTE employees about these new work systems, their impact and consequences on their professional performance, as well as the implications on their personal and family life and on their well-being.
The results of the study are reflected in the Report on the Impact of Telework and of the Mixed Work System on FMUL Non-Teaching Employees.
Strategic Planning and Quality Office (GPEQ)