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Premium Careers 2021-01-25T17:13:22Z
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3 surefire ways to boost employee engagement, according to a study of over 100,000 teams

Since the pandemic hit, employee engagement has been fluctuating more than ever, Gallup research shows.
Premium Strategy 2021-01-27T20:19:15Z
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How Exxon Mobil went from being the world's most valuable company to getting booted from the Dow and laying off thousands in less than a decade

Poor structural decisions and the decline of the global oil industry are bringing the former oil empire to its knees.
Premium Premium 2021-01-27T17:00:00Z
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[SLIDE DECK] Six Figure Side Hustles 2020

Whether you're doing it to pay off student loans or pursue an unfulfilled passion, you may be able to turn your side hustle into a high-paying career.
Premium Careers 2021-01-27T16:33:33Z

25 psychological tricks that will help you ace a job interview

We rounded up tips to reduce anxiety, sound smart, and impress the hiring manager during an important job interview.
Premium Strategy 2021-01-27T15:15:14Z

A 23-year HR veteran who consults for SpaceX and Vimeo reveals the biggest changes you can expect to see in talent management this year

Amplify founder Lars Schmidt has worked with HR at SpaceX, Vimeo, and NPR. In an interview with Insider, he revealed where the field is going.
Premium Strategy 2021-01-27T15:00:32Z

An amateur baker shares the 5-step strategy she used to launch pop-up shops around Texas before opening her own store

While Abby Love waited for her bakery to open, she launched about 10 pop-up shops to keep her brand alive, attract new customers, and boost revenue.
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A bar owner explains how easy it is to raise employee wages — and why customers don't mind

Tanya Frantzen, the owner of two bars in Portland, Oregon, debunks the myth that a $15 minimum wage will sink her businesses.
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Grace Beverley, 23, founded two businesses at university. These are her 6 tips to maximize productivity.

Activewear brand TALA and fitness app SHREDDY were founded by Grace Beverley, 23, while she was a student. These are her six tips for being productive
Tech 2021-01-27T07:00:00Z

AI 101: How learning computers are becoming smarter

In a new 2018 report,  BI Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service, describes how AI works and looks at its present and potential future applications.
Premium Strategy 2021-01-26T19:54:24Z

A UPenn psychologist shares how anyone can emulate Joe Biden's most impressive leadership traits

Psychologist Angela Duckworth says Biden's leadership is a model for anyone looking to take on more responsibility for others.
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9 MBA consultants, coaches, and admissions experts to know if you want to get into a top business school

Insider selected nine names to know in the business school world that graduated from top programs and have long-standing connections to them.
Premium Strategy 2021-01-26T17:10:25Z

I run my company by a Canary Islands beach. Here are my 5 best tips to work remotely anywhere.

Shane Pearlman runs Modern Tribe Inc. from his seaside balcony in the Canary Islands. Here are his five tips for helping staff work anywhere.
Tech 2021-01-26T16:24:37Z

I'm an immigrant founder of a $1 billion tech company. Here are my 4 best tips to overcoming imposter syndrome.

Outreach CEO Manny Medina says he works every day to overcome challenges and micro-aggressions he faces as an immigrant entrepreneur.
Premium Strategy 2021-01-26T16:08:55Z

A former waitress outlines how she went from freelancing to running a marketing agency that makes over $2 million in annual revenue

Kris Sugatan launched her agency with $300 in her pocket. She had no marketing connections, no college degree, and had spent seven years waitressing.
Premium Real Estate 2021-01-26T12:00:00Z

Brooklyn has dethroned Manhattan as the most coveted place to live in NYC

Manhattan's real-estate market is still faltering almost a year into the pandemic, but Brooklyn's is bouncing back with gusto. Here's the proof.
Strategy 2021-01-25T22:19:32Z

The 30 highest-paying jobs in Texas, where everything's bigger — including the salaries

The highest-paying jobs in the Lone Star State are dominated by medical professions, as is the case in many states and in the nation as a whole.
Strategy 2021-01-25T19:42:00Z

A brain science expert shares tips for regulating anxiety and emotions during tumultuous times

We do have influence over certain aspects of our emotions that we can train ourselves to control, writes Moran Cerf. Here's what he suggests.
Premium Tech 2021-01-25T16:53:29Z

No-code startup Unqork says the expertise of its older C-suite is the secret to its $2 billion valuation

Only one person on the 11-member leadership team at Unqork is under 40. Its CEO said in the early days they faced plenty of ageism from VCs.
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Insiders share tips on how to cut through Amazon's rigorous interviewing process and get hired

Amazon has been on a hiring tear, but it's also known as one of the most difficult companies to interview with.
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The perks Gen Z wants most from their employers right now, including more flexible hours and new employee benefits

Employee benefits like student loan repayment and mental health support are becoming nonnegotiable for the youngest generation of workers.
Premium Small Business 2021-01-25T13:05:00Z

A man in Colorado bought into an unprofitable auto repair shop at 19. Here's how he turned it into the highest-earning store in the franchise network for nearly 20 years.

Brian Greenley's garage saw pre-pandemic sales of $8.3 million in 2019 — eight times the brand's national average.
Strategy 2021-01-25T13:00:00Z

We're seeking nominations for HR leaders who are building the workplaces of the future

Insider is compiling a list of of the most innovative HR leaders. Here's how to submit an HR pro for the ranking.
Premium Small Business 2021-01-25T12:52:00Z

PPP borrowers can now claim 6 important tax credits — a major change from the original rule

We break down the new credits and deductions that could save your business thousands in tax dollars.
Strategy 2021-01-24T16:27:00Z

I moved from Maine to Florida to work from home from a sailboat in 2016. Here's why it was the best decision I ever made.

From saving on state income tax to enjoying outdoor water sports and regular sunshine, Amy Morin says the move has given her "more life back."
Premium Real Estate 2021-01-24T14:30:00Z

Steve Gold sells some of NYC's ritziest apartments and swears by this 6:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. schedule

"New York is not dead," says the "Million Dollar Listing" power broker, who pitches the city's most luxurious properties to deep-pocketed buyers.
Premium Small Business 2021-01-24T14:16:43Z

12 sources of emergency funding for businesses available right now

If your business is still struggling because of the pandemic, check out our list of options from local governments, nonprofits, and private companies.
Strategy 2021-01-23T18:05:00Z

Job stress drove me to congestive heart failure at age 34. As I got better, here are 3 things I did to revive my small business while protecting my health.

To balance work, family, and treatment, Shannon Hennig says she now makes more proactive decisions and sets firm boundaries with her clients.
Strategy 2021-01-23T15:36:00Z

How to send the right credibility signals in order to shape people's perceptions of you and your work, according to a 'hype' expert

If you're struggling to gain traction around a legitimate new idea or business venture, science can help, writes Michael Schein in The Hype Handbook.
Strategy 2021-01-23T14:30:00Z

Millions of Americans have been out of work for more than 6 months — these 2 charts break down who the long-term unemployed are

We looked at who makes up the 3.9 million Americans who have been unemployed for at least 27 weeks, based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Instagram Reels: Influencers share how to create great content on the app's TikTok-style feature

Instagram Reels are meant to rival the short videos of TikTok. Four influencers share how to reach big audiences with these 15-second clips
Finance 2021-01-23T00:22:31Z

Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman is now the highest-paid bank executive in America following a 22% raise amid a record year for the company

Gorman's total pay increased to $33 million in 2020, passing the $31.5 million earned by JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon.
Premium Strategy 2021-01-22T15:53:48Z

Science-backed strategies for encouraging your team to call out problems at work before they get worse

Be wary of workplaces where problems go unaired and unaddressed. Instead put structures in place that allow for the regular exchange of feedback.
Premium Politics 2021-01-22T15:02:50Z

Meet Joe Biden, America's imperfect leader

An in-depth look at the grief, perseverance, and scandal that have shaped the president's unique leadership style.
Premium Strategy 2021-01-21T20:45:21Z

How to negotiate a higher salary and better perks after receiving a job offer, according to a cofounder who's helped candidates land $50,000 or more in extra pay

Consulting company Candor recently helped a product designer at Google increase their compensation by $80,000.
Premium Strategy 2021-01-21T20:36:52Z

What the future of coworking might look like for the self-employed as they seek out ways to network, collaborate, and set up shop

Entrepreneurs and freelancers have long relied on coworking spaces to run their businesses and get work done. Experts predict where they'll go next.
Premium Strategy 2021-01-21T15:13:18Z

How employment regulation might shift under the Biden administration, and what businesses and workers need to know

We asked legal and policy experts what to expect from President-elect Joe Biden on employment law. They noted more worker protections and rights.
Premium Transportation 2021-01-21T14:58:00Z

New Tesla employees share salary ranges and interview questions from the 'insanely fast' hiring process for Elon Musk's Gigafactory near Berlin

The engineers told Insider that Daimler is essentially donating its best engineers to Tesla with its "golden handshake" severance program.
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4 unexpected places real-estate investors should target in 2021, from a pro who's done hundreds of millions of dollars in deals

Cody Sperber, who has flipped more than 1,000 houses, shared a list of markets in under-the-radar areas that are ripe for investment now.

Corporate America is pausing its financial support for the 147 GOP lawmakers who challenged Biden's victory. Here are all the S&P 500 companies who gave them money — and then stopped.

S&P 500 companies gave $23 million to Republicans who voted to overturn Electoral College results. See how much they gave and who's reversing course.
Premium Small Business 2021-01-20T21:13:04Z

In Biden's first 100 days, businesses can expect more stimulus, easier access to loans, and government contracting opportunities

Harvard fellow and former SBA head Karen Mills explains the administration's plans to help struggling businesses borrow money and boost revenue.
Premium Small Business 2021-01-20T18:57:09Z

Non-PPP SBA loans just got a major upgrade: Your business could skip up to $36,000 in payments for 6 months

New borrowers who are approved between February 1 and September 30 will get six months of coverage on loans approved, up to a cap of $9,000 per month.
Strategy 2021-01-20T17:12:44Z

Kamala Harris was just sworn in as the first female vice president in US history. Here are 35 of the most powerful women in 2021.

From Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to Queen Elizabeth II, these women are shaping the world of business, politics, and media.
Premium Premium 2021-01-20T17:00:00Z

[SLIDE DECK] Six Figure Side Hustles 2020

Whether you're doing it to pay off student loans or pursue an unfulfilled passion, you may be able to turn your side hustle into a high-paying career.
Politics 2021-01-20T16:51:02Z

PRESENTING: Meet Joe Biden, America's imperfect leader

An in-depth look at the grief, perseverance, and scandal that have shaped the incoming president's unique leadership style.
Strategy 2021-01-20T14:50:37Z

Meena Harris, niece of Vice President-elect Kamala, wants her new children's book to inspire ambitious women (and girls) everywhere

Ahead of her aunt being sworn in as America's first female vice president, Meena Harris talks about what it takes to raise ambitious women.
Tech 2021-01-20T07:04:00Z

AI 101: How learning computers are becoming smarter

In a new 2018 report,  BI Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service, describes how AI works and looks at its present and potential future applications.
Strategy 2021-01-19T18:17:47Z

All the businesses cutting ties with the Trump Organization

Deutsche Bank, Aon, Cushman & Wakefield, and even New York City are among the entities moving to cut ties with President Donald Trump's business.
Premium Tech 2021-01-19T16:38:32Z

Gumroad has no full-time employees, meetings, or deadlines — and the company still made $11 million and grew 85% year-over-year. Here's how they did it.

Founder and CEO Sahil Lavingia shares why he implemented this way of not working and how the company's productivity shot up because of it.
Advertising 2021-01-19T13:10:41Z

Inside Amazon's advertising business, which is $13 billion and growing fast

Amazon is betting big on advertising, sending ripples through the advertising industry.
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