The CIPP’s latest Quick Poll: How has working from home affected your productivity?

10 June 2020

The CIPP’s Policy and Research team has launched its latest Quick Poll on the CIPP’s News Online page.

Following government advice on how to stop the spread of coronavirus, many companies have asked their staff to work from home, where possible, and this has been the case for a number of months now.

The Policy and Research team would like to know how working from home has affected the productivity of payroll professionals, or, indeed if it has had no impact at all. There will be staff who have not been working from home and also employees who worked from home prior to the outbreak of coronavirus, who have not seen any change to the way in which they work. Regardless of your situation, we want to hear from all of you.

We appreciate that, particularly under the certain circumstances, payroll departments are under enormous amounts of pressure to get people paid both accurately and on time, so we would be really grateful if you could spare a moment of your time to answer the latest Quick Poll so that we can get an insight into how home working has affected those within the payroll profession.

We will publish the results of the Quick Poll in News Online.


The information in this article is accurate at the time of publication. For all the latest information, news and resources on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting payroll professions, visit our Coronavirus hub.