By Victoria Masterson | November 3, 2020
- The Myers-Briggs company says that a 24/7 work culture can be both good and bad for us.
- There are potentially serious consequences for well-being.
- Employers need to help their staff find a balance.
If our smartphones and other devices are always “on”, it means that we are too.
This is a double-edged sword, according to the Myers-Briggs company, a company specializing in business psychology.
“Services and information are available 24/7 and we can connect anytime, anywhere in the world,” says the company in its research study, Type and the always-on culture .
“However, when our smartphones are always close at hand and ‘on’, it can be difficult for us to ‘turn them off’. This is the ‘always on’ culture.”
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