By role type

‘Managers’ and ‘legal, human resources and finance professionals’ have the highest average comfort ratings. Respondents from the ‘other occupations – non-professionals’ group had the lowest average ratings of comfort being out at work and with colleagues. Contact centre workers reported having the lowest level of comfort with managers/leaders. They also reported having the second lowest average of comfort being out with their colleagues.

In this chart, higher ratings mean higher levels of ease or comfort.

“Even though it’s good, there are limits to your ability to be out. I’m always cautious”

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