So I just read this article about Tom Sachs apologizing for the culture in his workplace. He’s this artist who creates crazy installations using everyday objects (think spacesuits made out of duct tape, etc.).
Anyway, apparently there was some controversy because he was accused of treating his employees poorly, like making them work crazy hours and not paying them enough. And he even admitted that he could have done better!
In his apology, Sachs said that he was sorry for not being a better leader and that he wants to create a more supportive and collaborative environment for his team. He also promised to implement some changes, like setting better hours and increasing pay.
I think it’s really interesting that someone like Sachs, who has such a unique and creative vision, still has to deal with issues like this in the workplace. It just goes to show that no matter what industry you’re in, treating your employees with respect and creating a supportive environment should always be a top priority.
Plus, it’s always good to see leaders taking responsibility for their actions and trying to make things right. Hopefully other people in positions of power will take note and follow his lead.
Anyway, that’s my summary - what do you think?