Are you an employer who has supported staff with symptoms of Long Covid?

19th January 2022

Fill in a survey of your experience to assist SOHAS improve advice and support to employers and employees who have had Long Covid.

Sheffield Occupational Health Advisory Service (SOHAS) and Sheffield Teaching Hospital’s Long Covid Support unit have been working together since the early days of the pandemic to help people who are employed and have Long Covid.  People who are diagnosed with Long Covid are still unwell after 12 weeks after their covid diagnosis.    
SOHAS advisers have been working with people who have been referred by the Long Covid Support Unit to enable them to either return to work or to provide help and support if they are struggling at work due to Long Covid.  
This short survey is aimed at employers who have experience of employees who have developed long covid, and your experiences in helping and supporting them at work.  
We will use the results of the survey to see how we can improve advice and support to employees who have long covid, and their employers

To access the survey click below.


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