These are interesting times. Politics in society has been polarizing communities, cities, and the world. It is little surprise that it also affects the office. There have been multiple reports of employees using their influence to steer their employers towards some political agenda and I suspect
In an earlier episode, Jim Stroud predicted the demise of the modern office and new evidence suggests that his foresight was accurate. Companies are slowly, but surely, reducing office space in favor of work from home employees.
In this third episode of Tribe TV, Jim Stroud examines the way companies are treating their workers during this Coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic. Some enterprises are severely damaging their employer brand by the way they are laying off their staff whereas others, are going above and beyond to do
IN THIS EPISODE: The good: HiringThe bad: LayoffsThe lovely: We are in this together! The Coronavirus has stymied the growth of a booming American economy and is threatening to trigger a recession that will affect the world. In response, some companies are massively hiring workers who are
The Coronavirus has had a profound effect on the world of work. In some ways, the changes are immediately apparent and in others, only time will tell. And yet, this is not the first time a global pandemic has afflicted us. What can we learn from previous pandemics and what should we expect to
Building a strong Employer Brand is vital to the long-term success of any business. The best companies have the best people, and if you can’t attract top talent, you’ll always be a step behind the competition. It’s said that the best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago, but the second-best
No matter where you work, odds are there are individuals, teams, even whole business units that have a culture of toxicity at your company. This can play out in many different ways. Managers who are protective of their team or product and create an “us vs them” atmosphere. Inept workers in