The respondents came from 44 U.S. states and Washington D.C. While the survey did not use a nationally representative sample, the respondents' demographics--with a median age of 40, 59 per cent male and 76 per cent white--aligned well with the general labor force with a median age of 40-44, 53 per cent male and 78 per cent white. However, the survey group was generally more highly educated with 67 per cent reporting having a college degree or higher, compared to 40 per cent in the general labor force. During the survey period, about half of the respondents were working onsite and half remotely. Interestingly, the study found that even the remote workers were influenced by their employers' COVID-19 workplace climate. Remote workers were less likely to frequent public spaces after exposure to the virus or while ill when working for a company with strong prevention measures in place.