Impact of remote working during COVID 19 pandemic on supervisor, coworker and family relationships: Evidence from a Turkish white-collar sample

2020-2021 Summer
Faculty Department of Project Supervisor: 
School of Management
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The COVID-19 pandemic forced a sudden switch to remote working on many employees who never had experienced working from home. Although such a transition is likely to involve greater challenges of managing work-life balance, some employees may also have experienced an improved work-life interface due to reduced exposure to on-site work stressors (e.g., toxic colleagues). In this project, students will content analyze responses to an open-ended survey collected from approximately 300 employees to gain insight into Turkish white-collar employees' remote work experiences during the pandemic.
Native speakers of Turkish are needed.

Related Areas of Project: 
Computer Science and Engineering
Molecular Biology, Genetics and Bioengineering
Electronics Engineering
Materials Science ve Nano Engineering
Mechatronics Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Visual Arts and Visual Communications Design
Cultural Studies
Political Science
International Studies
Business Analytics

About Project Supervisors

Arzu Wasti
Sabancı Business School