Oxford Research has been commissioned by the Nordic Council of Ministers to carry out a Nordic study on the working environment for people working in non-traditional office settings.
Non-traditional office settings include remote work such as people working from home due to the COVID-19 situation.
Four case studies of Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden will map how public agencies and other social actors contribute to a good working environment for employees in non-traditional office settings. The case studies will provide ground for a comparison between regulations, practices, and activities that are used in the Nordic countries.
Oxford Research Denmark heads the project in collaboration with the offices in Helsinki, Kristiansand, and Stockholm as well as the research unit FAOS at the University of Copenhagen.
For questions, please contact Tobias Bühring at Oxford Research Denmark.