Source avec lien : Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 63(3), 2021-03. 10.1097/JOM.0000000000002097
Comprendre les impacts des facteurs sociaux, comportementaux et physiques sur le bien-être des utilisateurs de postes de travail de bureau pendant le travail à domicile (WFH) de COVID-19.
Objective: To understand impacts of social, behavioral and physical factors on well-being of office workstation users during COVID-19 work from home (WFH). Methods: A questionnaire was deployed from April 24 to June 11, 2020 and 988 responses were valid. Linear regression, multinomial logistic regression and chi-square tests were used to understand factors associated with overall physical and mental health statuses and number of new physical and mental health issues. Results: Decreased overall physical and mental well-being after WFH were associated with physical exercise, food intake, communication with coworkers, children at home, distractions while working, adjusted work hours, workstation set-up and satisfaction with workspace indoor environmental factors. Conclusion: This study highlights factors that impact workers’ physical and mental health well-being while WFH and provides a foundation for considering how to best support a positive WFH experience.