It takes courage to reimagine the traditional workday. 

By optimizing your team's energy (not just their time, but also their focus) and allowing them to operate at the right pace for your organization, you can attract and retain top talent, maximize effectiveness and maintain a happy, productive workforce that will make you and your company more successful. 

In our increasingly knowledge-based economy, the 40-plus hour week doesn’t suit the type of work we do or how we do it.

Our brains aren't machines, and we experience diminishing returns on our efforts the longer our workday stretches.

We have the benefit of technology and productivity tools that cut down the time it takes for employees to accomplish their tasks. 

95% of HR leaders are concerned burnout is sabotaging their organizations. 

Talented, well trained and high-quality employees understand these facts and are looking for opportunities that maximize their skills and abilities instead of chaining them to a desk or phone for a set number of hours each day. Companies who capture these professionals can maximize their success by keeping the most talented employees engaged, satisfied, and productive.

How do employers and employees benefit from a restructured work day?

  • Greater focus at work leads to higher effectiveness

  • Using the tools at our fingertips improves productivity and eliminates wasted time

  • Tasks get accomplished more quickly, and talented employees are incentivized by what matters most to them: their time.

So whether you’re a CEO, hiring manager, or employee burned out on the 9-5 grind, MatchPace is here to help you find the right match for YOUR pace - keeping the most talented employees engaged in the marketplace while allowing them to thrive in all areas of their lives.

Want to learn more about our process? Click here if you’re an organization looking for more info, or click here if you’re interested in finding a job that matches your pace.

You can also email us at Let’s start a conversation today about maximizing productivity and satisfaction at work!


Amelia Fox


Caitie Butler

Communications Director


Elizabeth Knox

Consultant and Principal

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