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    Welfare Reform Consultation Survey - People in Employment Welfare Reform Consultation Survey - People in Employment Presentation Transcript

    • Action for M.E. Welfare Reform Consultation Survey October 2008
    • People still in employment
    • Are you currently in paid employment? Yes No Total Responses: 982
    • Are you employed by someone else or self- employed? Employed by someone else Self-employed Total Responses: 181
    • Please select the closest match to the sector of your current paid employment. Agriculture, hunting and forestry Fishing Mining and quarrying Manufacturing 5 Electricity, gas and water supply 1 Construction 3 Wholesale and retail 11 Hotels and restaurants 1 Transport, storage and communication 3 Banking, finance and insurance 14 Real estate 6 Public administration and defence 14 Education 40 Health and social work 18 Other community, social and personal services 14 Domestic services 1 International organizations Other 49 0 10 20 30 40 50 Total Responses: 180
    • Which of the following best matches the work that you currently do? Managerial 11 Professional 65 Technical 10 Academic and research 10 Clerical 54 Service and sales 15 Manual 9 Craft 2 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Total Responses: 176
    • How many hours do you currently work each week? None 1-5 hours 6-10 hours 11-16 hours 17-24 hours 25-40 hours Over 40 hours Total Responses: 180
    • Have you had to change your hours of work as a result of your illness? Yes No Total Responses: 173
    • If yes, how many hours did you used to work each week? 1-5 hours 6-10 hours 11-16 hours 17-24 hours 25-40 hours Over 40 hours Total Responses: 142
    • Comparison of current hours of work and former hours of work Former hours Current hours 1-5 hours 6-10 hours 11-16 hours 17-24 hours 25-40 hours Over 40 hours
    • Have you had to change your employment as a result of your illness? Yes No Total Responses: 176
    • If yes, which of the following best matches the work that you used to do? Managerial 17 Professional 30 Technical 1 Academic and research 4 Clerical 10 Service and sales 10 Manual 9 Craft 0 10 20 30 Total Responses: 81
    • If you have had to change your employment, please select the closest match to the sector of your former area of paid employment. Agriculture, hunting and forestry 1 Fishing Mining and quarrying Manufacturing 3 Electricity, gas and water supply 1 Construction Wholesale and retail 8 Hotels and restaurants 1 Transport, storage and communication 1 Banking, finance and insurance 8 Real estate 2 Public administration and defence 3 Education 10 Health and social work 8 Other community, social and personal services 2 Domestic services 2 International organizations 1 Other 27 0 10 20 30 Total Responses: 78
    • Have you ever had a relapse as a result of your employment? Yes No Total Responses: 175
    • If your current employer has made arrangements to enable you to remain in paid employment, what arrangements have been made? No arrangements 40 Flexible hours 64 Working from home 28 Special equipment 9 Lighter duties 34 Frequent breaks 31 Support from occupational health 34 Re-training 2 Transport to workplace 2 Allocated car parking 10 Regular meetings with employer 31 Buddy at work 10 Understanding attitude 52 M.E. awareness training Time off for medical appointments 40 Quiet place to rest 16 Other 33 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Total Responses: 168
    • If further adjustments are required, which of the following would help? Flexible hours Working from home Special equipment Lighter duties Frequent breaks Support from occupational health Re-training Transport to workplace Allocated car parking Regular meetings with employer Buddy at work Understanding attitude M.E. awareness training Time off for medical appointments Quiet place to rest 0 10 20 30 40 1st 2nd 3rd Total Responses: 133
    • If further adjustments are required, which of the following would help? Flexible hours 25 16 8 Working from home 34 17 5 Special equipment 3 4 Lighter duties 6 10 8 Frequent breaks 6 5 6 Support from occupational health 5 2 4 Re-training 1 4 Transport to workplace 10 4 6 Allocated car parking 3 6 4 Regular meetings with employer 21 Buddy at work 2 4 2 Understanding attitude 11 15 17 M.E. awareness training 8 15 16 Time off for medical appointments 6 10 11 Quiet place to rest 15 13 16 0 15 30 45 60 1st 2nd 3rd Total Responses: 133
    • How far do you travel to work? I work from home 0-2 miles 3-5 miles 6-10 miles 11-20 miles Over 20 miles Total Responses: 174
    • What is your main mode of transport to work? I work from home I drive Passenger Taxi Bus or train Cycle Walk Other Total Responses: 171
    • How long typically, do you spend travelling to work? Less than 5 minutes 5-15 minutes 16-30 minutes 30 minutes - 1 hour 1 hour - 2 hours More than 2 hours Total Responses: 169
    • How would you describe how supportive your employer is in relation to your M.E.? Very supportive Supportive Neither supportive nor unsupportive Unsupportive Hostile I am self-employed Total Responses: 170
    • How well informed would you say your employer is in relation to your M.E.? Very well informed Quite well informed Less informed than they should be Not informed Misinformed I am self-employed Total Responses: 171