- Employers need to think about the habits entrenched in their workforces and how those habits may be holding business back, according to a new report from the Myers-Briggs Company.
- Among other bad habits, an employer’s “always on” culture can come at a price, the group said. These cultures create significant stress in the workplace and are linked to negative outcomes including decreased performance, lower satisfaction with family life, poorer health, reduced life satisfaction and decreased sleep quality. To undo such a habit, employers should set reasonable guidelines and get executives to lead by example, Myers-Briggs said.
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