Preventing a burnout


Women have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic, with working women experiencing greater life disruption than men. Photo: Pixabay

Chartered secretary Maya Abdullah, 37, says that as a full-time mother of two children aged 11 and 14, juggling a full-time career often means working into the weekends.

Her job, as well as her household responsibilities as a wife and mother, sometimes takes its toll on her health and well-being, she admits.

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