Summary: Looking for psychologists/psychiatrists to share inputs on employment trend BIG STAY & MBTI

  • Name: Neelambari S ThePleasantPersonality
  • Category: Lifestyle and Fitness
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: ThePleasantPersonality
  • Deadline: 7:00 PM EST – 6 March

Query: In 2024, workplaces are experiencing several new trends, one significant trend is the ‘BIG STAY,’ where employees are more inclined to remain in their current roles for the long term. This trend is characterized by a decrease in employees quitting, less job hopping, and a general tendency to stick with their current jobs, as confirmed by recent research. Considering this data and the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) framework, we seek expert opinions on the following questions:

  1. Which are the MBTI personality types who are more likely to stay in their job and avoid job hopping?
  2. From a leadership perspective, which MBTI personality types help create a work culture that supports long-term employment, contributing to the success of the BIG STAY trend?
  3. In the face of challenges like recession and layoffs, which MBTI personality type is best equipped to confidently make the important decision to change jobs in a dynamic work environment?
  4. Which MBTI personality types may prefer remote work, and how does this preference influence their decision to stay in a job role long-term?
  5. What advice would you give to individuals who find adhering to the BIG STAY trend challenging?

Requirements: Psychologist/psychiatrist and/or industry experts

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