Overworked in S'pore: Study shows one in two logs extra hours since Covid-19 pandemic started

Labour experts point out that even though people reported spending more time at work, their actual workload may not have changed much. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - One in two Singapore employees has been grappling with longer working hours since the Covid-19 pandemic started two years ago.

And a third of those who work overtime put in more than two extra hours a day, a study commissioned by The Straits Times has found.

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