The High Cost of Protests and Riots

Ten years from now, 5 years from now, next year… Will we be comparing Black Lives Matter to the Occupy Wall Street movement or the Civil Rights Movement? Time will tell…

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Don’t Discuss Politics in the Office! (This is why…)

These are interesting times. 42% of American workers say they have fought about politics as work, and as the 2020 election draws nearer, you can not only expect it to continue, but also to increase. The question is: what can you do about it? Today’s Tribe TV episode is all about why you SHOULDN’T discuss politics in the workplace, and what type of hostile work environment is created if you do.

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Too many tabs? Don’t sweat! | Productivity Hacks

How many times do you have too much clutter on your computer screen, like having a bunch of windows or tabs open? From instantly minimizing all windows you’re not using to closing out idle tabs without losing the links, today’s set of tips will help you keep your e-workspace clear and clutter-free! Be sure to check out the Proactive Talent blog for more tips for remote workers.

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