Parlour launches work and wellbeing survey to help map out post-pandemic future

Parlour, in collaboration with the Architects Champions of Change and Architects Accreditation Council of Australia, has launched a survey of the impacts of COVID-19 on people in the architecture and built environment community.

The comprehensive survey seeks to understand the demographics, work place environments and wellbeing of people in the profession.

“We want to identify significant changes in work arrangements and circumstances, to explore which new aspects are valued, and what people would like to take forward into the workplaces of the future,” the organization said.

Data collected from the survey will be provided to individuals and organizations to assist them with their future plans.

The survey is open until 1 July.

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