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Differences In Employee Satisfaction With Working From Home During The Digital Transformation and The Covid-19 Pandemic

Tea Kvarantan Soldatic
Alma Mater Europaea - ECM
Croatia

Edi Luketa
Alma Mater Europaea - ECM
Croatia

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a situation in which a large number of citizens have started working from home via digital platforms. The main goal of this paper is to examine the level of employee satisfaction with working from home and to define the main determinants that are associated with level of satisfaction. The general level of employee satisfaction with working from home, differences in satisfaction with regard to the activity and the relationship between the level of satisfaction with working from home with the level of income and position at work will be examined as well as the relationship between the level of satisfaction and the conditions of the employer's workplace. The research will examine and define the main difficulties and advantages that employees encountered when working from home and the differences in all of the above with regard to gender, age, property status, workplace position and individual digital skills. The survey will be conducted on a quota sample of Croatian citizens, and quotas will be distributed according to age, gender, position at a workplace and the regions. The framework for the selection of the sample are the users of social networks Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

 

 


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