‘Remote and Hybrid Working’, research from The Myers-Briggs Company, investigates workers’ attitudes to remote, hybrid and non-remote working. The survey includes analysis regarding MBTI® personality type, managerial support, and other factors. Here’re a few of the findings:
Mismatch in remote working preferences leads to employee turnover
Other groups who were more likely to be thinking of leaving included middle managers, and individuals with an Intuition and/or Perceiving preference.
Open office plans disappointThose working in fully open-plan offices were the least likely to say they really enjoyed their job, those in private offices the most. When asked “what one change would make the biggest improvement to your office or other working environment”, the most common theme concerned having greater privacy and doing away with open office plans.
Don’t default to sweeping back-to-office protocols
Download the full research report here.
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