Stressed man at work Fears of job insecurity have compelled three-quarters of respondents to take on extra tasks, longer hours or assume a heavier workload. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Despite the upheaval caused by the pandemic over the past year, the global workforce is positive about the future.

“We are seeing a real resilience in terms of worker optimism,” said Nela Richardson, chief economist for ADP. “The outlook for the next five years remains largely positive.”

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