Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (26-April-2019) – Vynamic CEO, Jeff Dill, appeared today on CNBC’s “The Exchange,” as part of their week-long series, “The Future of Work.” The segment highlighted the impact of “Messaging Madness” in the workplace and how it affects both team member workflow and mental health. Vynamic’s zzzMail policy, healthy culture, and philosophy on structured disengagement were key aspects of the conversation:
“We’re huge advocates of flexibility.” Jeff Dill said. “People should be able to work where they want. It should be all about results. The policy we put in place – it may seem counter-intuitive – but, it’s putting in place structured disengagement that actually creates more employee engagement in the long run. People are going to get burnt out if they’re ‘on’ in this 24/7, always connected, ‘always on’ world we live in now, if you don’t create some sort of structured disengagement, employees will burn out.”
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Vynamic is a 150+ person healthcare industry management consulting firm headquartered in Philadelphia with offices in Boston and London. Vynamic clients include some of the largest companies across Health Plans, Healthcare Technology, Life Sciences, Providers, and Public Health. Vynamic helps clients achieve Actionable Strategy, Operational Intelligence, and Healthy Culture. Founded in 2002, Vynamic set out from the beginning to focus first on people to create a healthy culture. Vynamic has been featured in numerous media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, Real Simple, TODAY, and Huffington Post.
Vynamic press contact: Lauren Bell 610-500-1355, firstname.lastname@example.org