Can employees sue over Covid-19?

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.

Its already happened at Walmart, Safeway and Tyson Foods.  Who’s next? Are you ready for a coronavirus wrongful death or Covid 19 wrongful termination lawsuit? Watch this video and consider hiring an employment lawyer now. Today its frontline workers at supermarket chains filing lawsuits but, tomorrow it could be your business.

And if you are thinking that you are immune to these type of lawsuits because your employees work from home then, this video may persuade you otherwise.

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What Happens When “Woke” Comes To Work?

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.

What happens when cancel culture enters the workplace and people are fired because someone is triggered by an alleged woke vs racism comment or an opinion expressed decades ago? Worse yet, what if you are cancelled at work for trying to help a cause that both parties agree with? It may sound crazy but free speech is under attack and it is becoming more prevalent in the workspace.

In this episode of TribeTV, Jim Stroud – VP, Marketing explores the cancel culture invading corporate America and gives a somber warning to those enterprises who do not fight back against it.

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Are diversity quotas the answer to systemic racism?

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? In this episode of Tribe TV, Jim Stroud shares data on labor trends, debates equal opportunity vs equal outcome and challenges tech companies in SIlicon Valley to make realistic and measurable goals instead of virtue signaling to their peers. Tune in for a very controversial episode of Tribe TV!

 

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Why are millennials leaving big cities?

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 living?

As a result, some places are paying workers to relocate to their location and continue working remotely for their existing employer. Yes, remote employees are getting cash to relocate. Tune in for the details.

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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