Much ink has been spilt over how the pandemic has changed working environments. Even more has been spilt on how workers are adapting to changes like remote working, video conferencing and social distancing in the time of the pandemic.

People have been lauded for being able to adapt to these changes and being “resilient”, as they change their working habits to quickly adapt to the pandemic. But as the pandemic dragged on, with nary a definite end in sight, the opposite seems to be happening.

A report by EngageRocket, a cloud-based software company, found that the Singaporean workforce this year is less resilient with poorer mental well-being than last year.

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