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This Center City health care company enforces an email curfew

No email from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. That’s the rule at Vynamic, a Center City-based healthcare consulting company. From FastCompany: “The roll-out required some thought. Managers had to go first. After a month, they evaluated it, and ‘everyone became a believer in it,’ says [CEO Dan] Calista. So the email blackout zone went into […]

Donna DeCarolis, founding dean of Drexel University's Close School of Entrepreneurship, visits the Vynamic offices. Photo from Vynamic's Facebook.

No email from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. That’s the rule at Vynamic, a Center City-based healthcare consulting company.

From FastCompany:

“The roll-out required some thought. Managers had to go first. After a month, they evaluated it, and ‘everyone became a believer in it,’ says [CEO Dan] Calista. So the email blackout zone went into the employee handbook. ‘We’re not going to fire somebody if they violate it,’ he says. But it’s pretty effectively self-policed.”

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