Workplace stress and burnout has been increasingly common, especially so in the COVID-19 era where work-from-home arrangements has become the norm, and boundaries between work and life tend to be blurred. In fact, one in two Singaporean
workers has shared that they feel exhausted and 58%
of them feel overworked, according to Microsoft's 2021 Work Trend Index
Even as we strive for career growth and to make a living for ourselves, we should make sure that we manage our work stress in healthy and practical ways
. It is unwise
to always prioritize work above one's health.
Find out some of the best ways you can manage stress and burnout below.