Ground-breaking Remote Rotational Worker Study

Take part in the latest International SOS Foundation survey

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The International SOS Foundation has commissioned occupational health psychology consultancy and research group, Affinity Health at Work, to carry out a ground-breaking study into the psychological impacts of remote rotational work. As part of the study, a survey is being run to gather the views of remote employees working on rotation.

The survey will take approximately 10 – 15 minutes to complete. We do not collect any information that can identify the names of individuals or organisations and all data is held confidentially by the research team.

To be among the first to see the results of the research project, which will be published in the Autumn of 2020, participants can provide an email address at the end of the survey if they wish.

Our survey is now closed. We will be announcing our global webinar soon.

The results of the final study will: 

  • enable stakeholders who have a duty of care to their rotational workforce to make evidence-based adjustments and recommendations to their employees around this type of working arrangement 
  • enable organisations to increase awareness in their employees about the psychological implications of rotational working and therefore mitigate risks
  • to ultimately increase the safety, health, security and wellbeing of rotational workers by understanding more about the psychological implications of this type of working arrangement 

Karim Abdou

Senior Marketing Executive, International SOS

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