women with the home office seem to cope better than men. This is one of the first results of a survey of the Work in the home office of the Central Hessian personnel and organizational developer Trainaas in collaboration with Michael Döring, a lecturer at the Technical University of Central Hessen in Giessen. Have been evaluated so far, 130 questionnaires, up to 10. May received. In order to create a wide data base, runs the action, especially in social media. The overriding question is: What Corona is doing with the job? The goal is the establishment of a Awards Best-of-the home office, similar to the Great-Place-to-Work is.
your satisfaction with the transition to the home office rated women on a scale of one to seven as the best value an average of 5.3's, men's 4.5. "This is a significant difference," says Doering, who analyzed the data. The lecturer has many years of experience with surveys. Also in the assessment of their own efficiency in the home office women are 5.7, compared to men with the 5.1 front.
it Also shows that participants aged 50 years and older, your efficiency both in the home office as well as outside on the highest estimate. Tail light persons between 20 and 29 years of age. The two Trainaas-managing Director Christoph Seipp and Simon Homberg see this as proof of the uncertainty of a whole Generation.
"We ask for experiences, not Why"
with Respect to the efficiency of working, there are no significant differences between the office and the living room at home. Both of the respondents rated 5.4. Things to do at home as well. Digital Meetings perceives a clear majority, as significantly more productive than their analog counterpart. Strikes negative impact the lack of a social component, in contrast, clearly.
"The thrust of the survey is economic, not sociological. We ask for experiences, not Why,“ says Döring. "Aspects such as self-exploitation, as well as the reconciliation of work and family, we on the outside." The participants come from many industries, are between 20 and 60 years old, women and men are equally represented. 71 percent are currently forced in a home office.
"130 questionnaires result, of course, not representative", the market research expert. In the next step, qualitative data would be collected, now 200 filled-in questionnaires were. The data collection could also be used for other issues.Updated Date: 30 June 2020, 23:19