Honeywell cites survey showing workers not willing to take the risk that spaces they work in will prevent them from getting coronavirus


Honeywell shines a light on need for healthy work environments

Honeywell shines a light on need for healthy work environments

 January 27, 2021

While the COVID-19 pandemic forced many workers to leave offices and employer facilities and instead work from home, around the world many employees have returned to the workplace - and this will become even more common as people receive vaccines and it is safe for colleagues to work side-by-side once more.

Employee safety is key

Research finds, however, that a majority of the global workforce does not feel completely safe working in their employer’s buildings, according to a Wakefield Research survey that saw a poll of 2,000 employees in buildings of 500+ workers in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, and the Middle East in late 2020.

Implementing necessary safety measures

75% of remote workers said they are especially skeptical about the safety of work sites. In fact, nearly one in four (23%) remote workers would look for a new job rather than return to a site that did not implement necessary safety measures. 

Read more on what Honeywell says about the issue of returning to safe work environments.


Start your career at Honeywell

Be a #futureshaper at Honeywell and help change the way the world works. 

Whether you are a supply chain expert, software engineer, engineer, customer service agent, salesperson or a finance professional, Honeywell may just have your dream job.  

Find a rewarding career.

 

Find out more

Stay connected by subscribing to our monthly newsletter and following us on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Disclosure: Where Women Work researches and publishes insightful evidence about how its paid member organizations support women's equality.

Share this page:


   Linkedin      Twitter      Instagram     Facebook      Press release 

Join our women's careers community