FOOTHILL RANCH, CA - 27 June, 2017 - Ytel, a leading provider of communications software and embedded real-time communications solutions, was highlighted in a recent Forbes article discussing company culture and creating the ultimate work-life balance. Ytel CEO, Nick Newsom, shares his beliefs on balance and how he, as a millennial CEO, ensures his employees are satisfied in and outside of work.
"If you are truly happy at home and at work, your productivity naturally boosts," says CEO, Nick Newsom. "We place a lot of trust in our employees and give them flexibility with their working hours."
Forbes contributor, Rachel Ritlop asks "How do you and your company work to increase work-life balance for your employees?" Newsom answers, "If people are not balanced, relaxed, happy and healthy outside of work, Ytel would not be the successful company it is today. Culture is anything but stagnant; it is dynamic and constantly shifting. Growing a company while maintaining its culture is a genuine team effort."
In the course of a year, Newsom has doubled the size of his team at Ytel. He attributes a lot of the company's access to the workplace culture.
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Ytel® specializes in cloud-based B2B communications solutions, powering modern communications through voice, text, email and direct mail. Its SaaS-based offerings include Cloud Contact Center®, message360®, and sipPro™. Ytel supports billions of outbound and inbound interactions, on a company owned network, for the primary purpose of increasing revenue and maximizing efficiency for clients.
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