April 2020 – Changes to workplaces
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis has caused great societal upheaval and an unprecedented change to the way we live, work and socialise. In response, Relationships Australia is conducting a series of short surveys to explore how people’s working lives, social lives and relationships have been affected by COVID-19.
April’s survey is the first in this series. It investigates the recent changes to working environments, causing widespread job loss and working-from-home mandates. Click here to read the full report.
May 2020 – Changes to personal relationships
May’s survey is the second in this series. It investigates how people’s close relationships were affected by the COVID-19 restrictions. Click here to read the full report
May/June 2020 – Easing of COVID-19 restrictions
This survey is the third in the series. It investigates the recent lifting of restrictions across the country, exploring how this has, and will, affect people’s close relationships and the anxieties and excitement associated with returning to ‘normal life’. Click here to read the full report.
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