MSR & Clients in the News
Originally published July 25, 2022 | By Dian Farm Summer is officially here! But what to do on those hot summer days? Or even a rainy day? It can be a great time to head to the beach, to go on an excursion, enjoy ice cream runs, and make a lot of great memories to cherish!… View Article
Originally published July 15, 2022 | By Kate Tornone Blanket back-to-office policies may be the easiest route for some HR pros and employers, but the Myers Briggs Co. has urged decision-makers to speak with workers to personalize such plans. Read the full article at HR Drive.
Originally published June 28, 2022 | By Cassie Mahon Did you know that in the four temperate seasons, summer is the hottest, following spring and before autumn? The longest day and the shortest night occur at or around the summer time of year, with the earliest sunrise and latest sunset. With these facts in mind, it… View Article
Originally published July 6, 2022 | By Debra Simon Twice a year, Carolina Woman compiles a gift guide with curated treasures for those you hold dear. But this guide is different. The handpicked items below are all about you. Yes, you! It’s your turn now. Let loose and gift yourself with one of the goodies… View Article
Originally published June 30, 2022 | By Ciarra Maraj Personality tests have changed from the “Which Disney princess are you?” They existed before those fun quizzes and have a formal measuring scale. Popular tests include the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), GallupClifton Strengths, Rorschach and many more. Test results are used for personal or work-related purposes but… View Article
Originally published July 1, 2022 | By Jenny White “Goggles are a good idea for swimming regardless of the water environment,” pediatric ophthalmologist Dr. Geoffrey Bradford, MD, explains in an email to Romper. That’s because they can help kids avoid “the painful eye irritation that often comes with exposure to chlorinated swimming pool water, salt water… View Article
Originally published July 6, 2022 | By Sarah Regan If you’ve never taken the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, it’s a personality assessment that groups people into one of 16 personalities or types based on their preferences. And in the case of ENTJs, this powerhouse personality type is known for getting things done—just don’t expect them to… View Article