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The State of Introversion: Will the Lockdown Make 2021 the Year of the Introvert?

With #WorldIntrovertDay 2021 upon us (2 Jan), many are asking: have lockdowns and trends toward remote work shifted the work landscape to favour those with a personality preference for Introversion?

Remote workers remain optimistic despite general feelings of anxiety and worry about impending recession

Remote workers remain optimistic despite general feelings of anxiety and worry about impending recession, reports @themyersbriggs Research into employee perceptions around the pandemic reveals senior staff expressed higher levels of work-related stress, but glimmers of optimism peek through 

Heightened stress and remote working lead to increase in cybersecurity challenges for businesses, finds Cyberchology paper

HR and IT teams must work together to develop cybersecurity awareness training that considers personality, particularly in times of heightened stress, finds Cyberchology: The Human Element @themyersbriggs @ESET 47% of people are concerned about their ability to manage stress during the coronavirus crisis

Survivor guilt and the aftermath of Covid-19

Covid-19 has been a body blow to many companies around the world, not least in the UK. The economy shed almost three-quarters of a million jobs between March and July, and with the phasing-out of the furlough scheme, it seems inevitable that more redundancies are on the way. Even for those still in work, the situation is far from rosy. Many will have very mixed emotions about their jobs and be finding it difficult to keep engaged, in part because of survivor guilt.

Businesses must reflect on their workplace culture in order to foster inclusion

The Myers-Briggs Company (@themyersbriggs) encourages businesses to reflect on their workplace culture in order to foster inclusion

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