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
We can’t let Women’s History Month go by without asking some important questions: Was 2018 the Year of the Woman? Or was 2021 the Year of the Woman? And if 2021 is, then where are all the female CEOs?
When will we return to the office? Will we ever return to the office? The debate is raging in leadership meetings worldwide. As the pros and cons are weighed, one solution is trending - the hybrid office. Find out more details in this episode of TribeTV.
In this final episode of our first season of Tribe TV, Jim Stroud addresses the questions asked in the comments by viewers like you on our episodes "Don't Discuss Politics in the Office!", "Is Going to College Worth it in 2020?", and "Why are Millennials Leaving Big Cities?".
How important is a college degree? In the age of COVID, many students and parents are weighing the pros and cons of student debt. When so many colleges are going virtual, is the full tuition fee justified? Should education taxes be refunded to parents? Or, are trade schools and/or specialty
If someone returns to work and becomes sick and dies because of unsafe working conditions or due to contact with a COVID-19 infected co-worker or customer then, it’s a good chance that the surviving family members will sue their loved one’s employer. It's already happened at Walmart, Safeway and
The woke cancel culture in society seeks to publicly shame or withdraw support from public figures because of unpopular opinions or offensive actions. In some cases, it might be appropriate to do so, yet increasingly it is a sign of mob culture that has gotten out of control.
Sparked by social protests over systemic racism, the tech industry is laying out concrete plans to increase diversity and inclusion within their workforces. Although well intentioned, how do you recruit for industries where statistically, the talent pool of minority workers is low?
Millennials are increasingly leaving big cities to work remotely in other locations. For example, there is an ongoing exodus from California citing such issues as homelessness, high taxes in the bay area, and unaffordable housing have caused some to ask what's good about California and big city