26 May 2021

It’s been over a year since the coronavirus pandemic put the world into varying degrees of lockdown, which has forced office workers to adapt to a new way of working, in many cases partially or completely from home.

Last year the FutureGen Committee ran a survey to find out how working from home was affecting members of the FutureGen Network. This year, with lockdowns easing and a return to work on the horizon, we would like to find out how attitudes have changed over the past 12 months, and what the world of work could look like in the future. 

We’d appreciate 1 minute of your time to fill out the below survey on the impact of the change to working from home and how the future world of work would ideally look.

The results of this survey will be published in a short whitepaper, put together by the AREF FutureGen committee, as a follow up to the previous paper 'Remote Working in a post-coronavirus environment'

Thank you in advance for your help.

 

Author

Tom Pinnell

Tom Pinnell

Langham Hall

Tom joined the Real Estate division of Langham Hall in July 2019, as an Associate Director.  He works primarily with UK Real Estate managers in the setup and ongoing administration of various investment structures.

Prior to this, Tom worked at global fund administration firm Vistra.

Tom has a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Cardiff University, graduating in 2013, and is currently studying towards becoming a CAIA charterholder.