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From page 98...
... 98 Verbatim Comments, Airport Employee Survey If [you were trained via distance learning at any time during the pandemic (March 2020– March 2022)
From page 99...
... Verbatim Comments, Airport Employee Survey 99   • I believe in person is always better. • Not as good as in person • While instructors tried to be engaging, I felt that the "human element" that was missing from the training was a determent to my overall learning.
From page 100...
... 100 Impacts of COVID-19 on Airport Work Models and Strategies • I have the ability to use my time effectively, and with minimal distraction. I do not support working completely remotely, but do support a hybrid.
From page 101...
... Verbatim Comments, Airport Employee Survey 101   • Improved work-life balance, comfortable environment, cost savings • Having the flexibility to stay home when you only have virtual meetings that particular day. • Able to do chores around the house.
From page 102...
... 102 Impacts of COVID-19 on Airport Work Models and Strategies • Position requires being on site • Isolation, inability to reach people, tools, equipment, resources left at office not available at home • Computer problems at home, computer support • Engagement with employees. Especially for those newer to the organization.
From page 103...
... Verbatim Comments, Airport Employee Survey 103   • Some work physically can't be done remotely. More self-discipline is needed to stay on-task.
From page 104...
... 104 Impacts of COVID-19 on Airport Work Models and Strategies • Same as in-office. I actually worked remotely very rarely, and my household is well set up for remote work.
From page 105...
... Verbatim Comments, Airport Employee Survey 105   If you were in charge of the organization/department during the pandemic, what would you have done differently, if anything? • Maybe tried to create more opportunities for employees to determine their own schedules so they could benefit from the work from home culture similarly to the non-essential personnel.
From page 106...
... 106 Impacts of COVID-19 on Airport Work Models and Strategies • While I think the flexibility of schedules was necessary for those with children, I would have asked employees come in at least 1-2 days a week to be with their departments. • Communication - we would our normally once a month meeting via video.
From page 107...
... Verbatim Comments, Airport Employee Survey 107   • We did get together for staff birthdays. Order take out.
From page 108...
... 108 Impacts of COVID-19 on Airport Work Models and Strategies • Health over the need to see employees daily when it's unnecessary, should be key. That is what you would call caring for your employees and higher productivity/employee satisfaction.
From page 109...
... Verbatim Comments, Airport Employee Survey 109   • Flexibility is key. • It was and is still a difficult time.

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