The Great Resignation & The Future Of Work: Matthew Mitchell Of Vibrent Health On How Employers and Employees Are Reworking Work Together - Vibrent
In the News | April 08, 2022

The Great Resignation & The Future Of Work: Matthew Mitchell Of Vibrent Health On How Employers and Employees Are Reworking Work Together

By Matthew Mitchell, Director, People and Culture

When it comes to designing the future of work, one size fits none. Discovering success isn’t about a hybrid model or offering remote work options. Individuals and organizations are looking for more freedom. The freedom to choose the work model that makes the most sense. The freedom to choose their own values. And the freedom to pursue what matters most. We reached out to successful leaders and thought leaders across all industries to glean their insights and predictions about how to create a future that works.

As a part of our interview series called “How Employers and Employees are Reworking Work Together,” we had the pleasure to interview Matthew Mitchell, Director of People & Culture at Vibrent Health.

As head of the People Team at Vibrent Health, Matthew is responsible for unlocking the full potential of Vibrent’s workforce because it takes more than the best technology to move the world forward, it takes the best people. With the world becoming increasingly digital, Matthew is preparing Vibrent’s workforce to deliver on the promise of precision medicine. By supporting a culture of continuous development and learning, all teams, no matter where they sit in the organization, are ready to accelerate Vibrent’s business strategies and build the future.

Matthew firmly believes that enhancing the employee experience is more than creating a positive work environment; it is about ensuring collaboration and innovation are rewarded, and that employees feel valued and listened to by the company and their co-workers.

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