Municipal sector employee commuting during the COVID-19 pandemic and the environmental load caused by commuting

The COVID-19 pandemic significantly increased remote work in municipal sector professions, affecting commuting methods and the environmental load caused by commuting.

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on municipal sector work

The COVID-19 pandemic increased stress or strain in several professions in the municipal sector.

Use of cars and bicycles for commuting in the municipal sector in 2020 and 2022

The study examines changes in commuting and traffic emissions in the municipal sector in 2020 and 2022.

The COVID-19 pandemic and changes in municipal sector work

The study examines the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on municipal sector work based on a survey conducted in 2022.

Perceived stress during the COVID-19 epidemic varied by occupation among municipal employees – remote work was linked to higher satisfaction

The Kunta10 survey reveals that municipal employees were, for the most part, fairly satisfied with their work life in the past year, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the year was difficult, positive trends were seen in several areas of work life.

Work in the municipal sector and the impact of COVID-19 on work arrangements

Results of the Kunta10 study from the year 2020 according to effects of COVID-19

Great differences in the involvement of occupational safety and health in managing the COVID-19 situation

Key factors for managing the situation include communication, remaining vigilant and caring. These are some of the findings included in the open-ended answers of the Occupational safety and health panel targeted to occupational safety officers and representatives.

Occupational safety and health activities during the COVID-19 situation

The occupational safety and health panel provides information about how the coronavirus pandemic has affected the workplace and how successfully the situation has been managed.