Am I Society's Keeper? Corporate Social Responsibility in the Era of Wokeness

What is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)? For some companies it is a voluntary commitment to do public good whereas for others, it is a chance to virtue signal. CSR efforts are often met with criticism and scrutiny. Did the company do the right thing out of an altruistic impulse or to

How Your Company Could Celebrate Juneteenth

Juneteenth is almost here and it’s time to commemorate the emancipation of enslaved people in the U.S. Although the holiday is celebrated every year on June 19th and is 156 years old, how to celebrate it is not common knowledge. Due to recent civil unrest following the death of George Floyd and

TribePod: The Inspirational Hannah Olson

Brittany King interviews the inspirational - Hannah Olson on how the workplace can benefit from disabled workers. ABOUT OUR GUEST Hannah Olson is the founder and CEO of Chronically Capable, a digital talent marketplace that connects chronically ill and disabled jobseekers to flexible job

Tribe TV: In Search of the Perfect Work Week

It took roughly 150 years for the average work week to transform from a 6-Day, 80-hour work week to the 5-day, 40 hour work week the world has become accustomed to. In this episode of Tribe TV, the history of the work week is explored as well as experiments geared to make the work week even

Proactive Talent Expands with Launch of New Retention Services

Proactive Talent has long been a strategic partner in building amazing talent programs for attracting and hiring talent for startups up to midsize companies. Today, Proactive Talent continues its unprecedented growth with the launch of a third pillar of services aimed at helping companies

TribePod: Do Companies Really Care About Diversity?

A conversation about the recent controversy over at Basecamp morphed into an intense debate over  employer brand and what makes for a unique work culture in this post pandemic world? Eventually, we ran on a tangent of diversity as we asked ourselves, "Do companies really care about

How To Manage the Best Outcome Possible: An Interview with Laura Dribin

Courtney Lane interviews Laura Dribin on outcome management strategies. What should you change first? What should you look at last? What do you do when you don't want to change? These insights are explored in this episode of TribePod.  About our guest Laura is CEO and founder of Peritius

Did Basecamp Kill Its Culture in Order to Save It?

We talked about politics in the workplace being a hot button issue in the past. In fact, in an episode of our video series – TribeTV, we shared these SHRM (Society of HR Management) stats… “According to a recent survey from the Society for Human Resource Management, 42% of U.S. employees say

In Search of the Perfect Work Week

Something is happening in the world of work, especially as it relates to where that work happens. There are some who desperately want to return to the office. Likewise, there are some who hope never to return. There have been proposed hybrid work situations that are trending towards the norm and




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