I spoke of “The Great Resignation” in an earlier blog post and described it as a “phenomenon where people are quitting their jobs en masse even as recent labor numbers show that the economy is recovering after the financial impact of the pandemic.” This trend points out how challenging it is
If you recruited someone out of a negative work environment, it is quite possible they will remain loyal to your company out of a sense of gratitude. Of course, there are no guarantees, but I think it's entirely possible. That being said, how would one go about finding people suffering in less
The world is changing right before our very eyes. The Coronavirus Covid-19 Pandemic has wreaked havoc on our way of life and threatens our future in ways we can immediately recognize. The number of people unemployed, the list of businesses closing, and the overall uncertainty being just a few.
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
If you’re a large corporation or a startup, have a weak employer brand, or don’t even know what an employer brand is, have no fear! This blog will cover it all. But before we continue, there’s one important term you need to know: Employee Value Proposition. Employee Value Proposition (EVP)
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