2022 office worker survey for Singapore

Monotonous tasks are amplifying employee unhappiness and uncertainty.

The survey polled more than 500 office workers in Singapore and found that The Great Resignation is an acute business challenge as two in three (66 per cent) office workers are feeling increased pressure at work because their colleagues have quit within the last year. As a result, close to half (48 per cent) say they would consider quitting their job in the next six months.

The survey also found that monotonous tasks are amplifying employee unhappiness and uncertainty, and that employees would welcome new processes and technologies such as automation to allow them to focus on work that matters.

Other key findings include:

  • 86 per cent of Singapore’s office workers have added responsibilities due to Great Resignation
  • Three in five (61 per cent) feel like much of their workday is eaten up by tasks that can be automated
  • 77 per cent believe automation can help attract and retain talent



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