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June 18, 2019 | 0 min read
Chief Advocacy Officer Jane Barratt was quoted on behalf of MX in the nationally syndicated Reuters story “Burnout Nation: How companies are de-stressing workforces,” by Chris Taylor (editing by Lauren Young and David Gregorio), June 13.
Changing jobs can also relieve some pressure. Just ask Jane Barratt, who has plenty of experience working in the digital space, where “all anyone could ever talk about was how tired they were.”
When she signed on with financial-data firm MX as its chief advocacy officer, it was like a different world. Dedicated areas for spouses and kids, nap rooms, massage time, big family events like booking movie theaters or taking over theme parks – the list goes on.
As a result, her new venture “does not have the level of exhaustion of other tech companies,” she says. “It’s something I haven’t really seen before.”
Read the full article here.