Smiley face balls Emotional control, energy and engagement with their work helped employees manage their well-being during the pandemic.

Employees were asked to do more at work and at home during the pandemic, and it’s showing in their mental health status, according to a report released Thursday by meQuilibrium, which provides resilience training for companies. Of the quarter of respondents who took on new job responsibilities during the pandemic, job stress increased by a factor of four, and twice as many employees reported feeling burnt out. Workers who did not take on additional responsibilities weren’t spared, as motivation was four times lower among these workers, according to the report.

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