Output 3

This is the third in a series of reports detailing preliminary findings from the UCD Working in Ireland Survey, 2021. This report looks specifically at issues surrounding the precariousness of young workers, including temporary employment, job security and low paid work.

View full report here: Third findings from the UCD Working in Ireland Survey_Full Report

Output 2

This is the second in a series of reports detailing preliminary findings from the UCD Working in Ireland Survey, 2021. This report looks specifically at the effects of homeworking on workers’ health and well-being across Ireland, their preferences for future working arrangements, and the implications for employers. The paper’s findings are important because they derive from the only representative survey of workers’ views of homeworking and well-being during the Covid-19 pandemic to date. Previous surveys have relied on convenience samples or were undertaken as pilot surveys. 

View key headlines from the report here: Findings Summary 2

View full report here: Second Findings from the UCD Working in Ireland Survey_Full Report

Output 1

This is the first in a series of reports that detail preliminary findings from the UCD Working in Ireland Survey, 2021. This report looks specifically at the structure of union membership, members’ and non-members’ disposition towards unions, the perceived effectiveness of unions and the coverage of collective bargaining.

View key headlines from the report here: Findings Summary

View full report here: First Findings from the UCD Working in Ireland Survey_Full Report

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