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UoL professor presents remote work study in Granada

University of Limassol (UoL) professor Dr Maria Charalampous, a Lecturer in HRM, OB and Occupational and Organisational Psychology, recently participated in the 16th European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology Conference in Granada.

“Her ground-breaking research with her colleagues demonstrates how remote work can best support the needs and capabilities of disabled and/or neurodivergent individuals, highlighting its potential to contribute towards an inclusive, accessible, and sustainable work environment,” UoL explained on its social media.

The study she presented, Remote4All scale (R4All), showcased its psychometric robustness and validity across a broad range of neurodivergent and/or disabled remote workers. This scale can be used to assess the extent to which the needs of this overlooked community of workers are being supported in any organisation.

“The Remote4All scale provides researchers and line managers with a tool for studying, evaluating, and supporting inclusive work environments that meet the needs of disabled and/or neurodivergent workers,” UoL said.

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