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Figure 1: People who did some work from home were equally likely to work more or fewer hours than usualHours worked rates for homeworkers (aged 16 years and over), UK, April 2020 Source: Office for National Statistics - Labour Market SurveyNotes:A homeworker refers to a person who did any working from home in the reference week.More, less and same hours are calculated based on the difference between respondents actual and usual hours worked in the reference week.Download this chart Figure 1: People who did some work from home were equally likely to work more or fewer hours than usualImage.csv.xls
Figure 2: Women were slightly more likely than men to do some work from home Homeworking rates, by sex, of those in employment (aged 16 years and over), UK, April 2020 Source: Office for National Statistics - Labour Market SurveyNotes:A homeworker refers to a person who did any working from home in the reference week.Download this chart Figure 2: Women were slightly more likely than men to do some work from home Image.csv.xls
There was little variation between the percentage of men and women working from home in the reference week, with women a little more likely to have worked from home than men (47.5% compared with 45.7%), as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 3: People aged 16 to 24 years were less likely to do any work from home than other age groupsHomeworking rates, by age, of those in employment (aged 16 years and over), UK, April 2020 Source: Office for National Statistics - Labour Market SurveyNotes:A homeworker refers to a person who did any working from home in the reference week.Download this chart Figure 3: People aged 16 to 24 years were less likely to do any work from home than other age groupsImage.csv.xls
Figure 4: Residents of London were more likely to do some work from home than other regions of the UKHomeworking rates, by region, of those in employment (aged 16 years and over), UK, April 2020 Source: Office for National Statistics - Labour Market SurveyNotes:A homeworker refers to a person who did any working from home in the reference week.Download this chart Figure 4: Residents of London were more likely to do some work from home than other regions of the UKImage.csv.xls
Of those residents of London who did some work at home, 91.6% cited the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as their main reason for doing so. Conversely, the North East (76.6%) and the South West (79.1%) were the two regions where respondents were least likely to cite the coronavirus pandemic as the main reason for homeworking.
Figure 6: Occupations requiring higher qualifications and experience were more likely to do some work at homeHomeworking rates, by occupation, of those in employment (aged 16 years and over), UK, April 2020 Source: Office for National Statistics - Labour Market SurveyNotes:A homeworker refers to a person who did any working from home in the reference week.Elementary occupations have been suppressed as sample size too small for reliable estimate.Download this chart Figure 6: Occupations requiring higher qualifications and experience were more likely to do some work at homeImage.csv.xls
Occupations requiring higher qualifications and experience are more likely to provide homeworking opportunities than elementary and manual occupations. The first four major occupations all saw over half of their workers doing some amount of homeworking. Over two-thirds (69.6%) of the professional occupations did some work at home.
Conversely, the last five major occupations (except "Elementary Occupations" which has been excluded because of small sample sizes) all saw under 20% of their workers doing some amount of homeworking.
Those working in associate professional and technical occupations were most likely to cite the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as the main reason for homeworking (91.1%), while those in skilled trades occupations were least likely to do so (65.0%).
Coronavirus and homeworking in the UK labour market: 2019 Article | Released 24 March 2020 The extent to which different people in the labour market work from home, either on a regular or occasional basis.
Technology intensity and homeworking in the UK Article | Released 1 May 2020 Recent trends and insights into technology as an enabler for homeworking. Analysis considers differences in technology usage across industries.
About the role -This role is based based in Cockermouth, West Cumbria (requirements to travel to meet clients & across team areas if required, with a combination of home and office working).The main purpose of a Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) is to provide high quality pro-active service to victims of sexual violence and abuse (including children and young people), and deliver a service to those at highest risk and need. You will work within a multi-agency framework consisting of the Bridgeway SARC and other local partnership responses to sexual violence. You will work with survivors and other agencies to monitor the care pathway. This involves risk assessment, helping clients access their rights, along with any other services they require.As an Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) you will be: -Providing a high quality pro-active service to victims of sexual violence and abuse (including children and young people), and delivering a service to those at highest risk and need. You will work within a multi-agency framework consisting of the Bridgeway SARC and other local partnership responses to sexual violence. You will work with survivors and other agencies to monitor the care pathway. This involves doing risk assessments, helping clients access their rights, along with any other services they require. You will need: -More than anything the right attitude and a willingness to learn are key to becoming an ISVA. Experience of working with victims of sexual violence and other service providers and agencies in a statutory, voluntary, social or community setting would be an advantage although we would be keen to hear from you if you can demonstrate how your skills and experience can be applied to this role. You must have extensive experience of planning and delivering caseloads, with strong crisis management skills and an understanding of the needs of victims experiencing sexual violence. An approved and accredited ISVA qualification is preferable for this post although candidates with the right approach and a willingness work towards ISVA accreditation will also be considered.To be successful in this role you should have good IT skills, knowledge of criminal justice issues and an understanding of the effects a court appearance can have on victims and witnesses of crime are also essential.Please see attached Job Description and Person Specification for further details.About Us:Victim Support (VS) is an independent charity providing a range of specialist services to people who have been affected by crime across England and Wales. We work towards a world where there are fewer victims but who have stronger rights, better support and a real influence in the Criminal Justice System. Everyone at VS is driven by our Vision Ambitions and Values to play their part in making a difference for those who experience crime and traumatic events. Working for VS gives you the opportunity to play a key role in a national charity providing high quality services to victims and witnesses and being a vital force for change.Victim Support are committed to recruiting with care and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Background checks and Disclosed Barring Service checks may be required.Victim Support is committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity and to creating an inclusive working environment. We believe having a diverse workforce at all levels allows us to represent the communities we serve and connect better with people affected by crime. We believe this can be achieved through attracting, developing and retaining a diverse range of staff from many different backgrounds. We therefore welcome applicants from all communities and monitor the diversity of applicants to analyse if we are representative of the communities we serve in terms of sex, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, trans identity, relationship status, religion or belief, caring responsibilities, age and socio-economic status. As part of our commitment to the Race at Work Charter we would particularly welcome applicants from BAME communities.How to apply:To apply for this role please follow the link below to the Jobs page on our website, and complete the application form demonstrating how you meet the essential shortlisting criteria.We reserve the right to close this vacancy early, if we receive enough suitable applications to take forward to interview prior to the published closing date
During the Coronavirus restrictions, our animal-facing staff continued to work on site and our office based staff worked from home. We are currently operating a hybrid working model with our office-based staff splitting their time between site based and home working. We believe this will support office-based staff to maintain the benefits of home working, while allowing for collaboration and interaction with our animal-facing staff and maintaining a connection to our cause. 2b1af7f3a8