Articles from The Myers-Briggs Company

The new #Brexit chief threatens the government’s pledge to workers’ rights #FutureofEmployment

The Myers-Briggs Company encourages business to pay closer attention to their teams and consider how Brexit uncertainty is affecting individuals

Unconscious bias still excludes women from entering the boardroom #WomenOnBoards

Gender equality starts with the removal of unconscious bias that excludes women from entering the boardroom, says Lorraine Mills:

Employee anxiety peaks despite government’s pledge to uphold workers’ rights post #Brexit

The Myers-Briggs Company encourages business to pay closer attention to their teams and consider how Brexit uncertainly is affecting individuals

Neglecting the human element in cyber safety protocols exposes business to cybercrime

Only four in 10 (42%) businesses focus on compliance training as part of their cyber security protocol to ensure sensitive data is kept secure, reports ESET, a global leader in IT security. More worryingly, 63% rely predominantly on passwords.

Leaders who sound most confident and authoritative are generally believed in more fully

The dangers of overconfident leaders. In the midst of rapid political changes, The Myers-Briggs Company looks at the dangers of overconfident leaders and how this can be managed in both the political and workplace spheres. 

Tackling the digital skills gap through the power of life-long learning #ChangeYourStory

As the digital skills gap rises, The Myers-Briggs Company advocates life-long learning to close the gap and improve employee well-being

Workplace well-being improves with age #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek

Older employees are likely to enjoy improved well-being, according to a study from The Myers-Briggs Company, one of the world’s largest business psychology providers. The research reveals that workplace well-being progressively increases with age and also highlights workplace relationships as one of the most important elements of well-being.

Gender pay gap on the rise, but companies continue to reward women that make decisions like men

70% of female senior executives make decisions like men, a new study from The Myers-Briggs Company reveals  

J.P. Morgan announced as the top undergraduate employer by Rate My Placement

RateMyPlacement announces that global financial services firm J.P. Morgan has been ranked by students as the best undergraduate employer in the UK for 2017-18.

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