Unemployment will remain high for 'at least' 2 years if the leisure and hospitality industries aren't bailed out, says the chief economist at a flexible-staffing firm
Upwork's Adam Ozimek said that without more stimulus to help the hospitality industry, jobs creation could take at least two years to pick back up.
The head of Edward Jones shares the company's plan for reopening offices during the pandemic and what it takes to land a job at the financial-services firm managing $1.3 trillion in assets
Penny Pennington was recently impressed by an employee who equipped every single associate at the financial-services firm to work remotely.
If you're unsure whether your company can fire you for social or political activism, experts said there are a few instances where you're protected.
The 10-step action plan leaders can use right now to create more equal workplaces during the pandemic and beyond
The coronavirus outbreak continues to lay bare systemic inequalities in the US workforce and economy.
I'm the scientist who sets the global guidelines on 5G safety. Take it from me: 5G doesn't cause cancer or spread COVID-19.
The new technology has been met with a number of conspiracy theories circulating online, which Dr. Eric van Rongen says have no basis in science.
Renowned VC Marc Andreessen says he gets no emotional rush when he wins big on an investment, and that keeps him from making irrational bets. 'I actually don't have the gambling gene'
Although Marc Andreessen said he doesn't feel a dopamine rush when he gambles, he sometimes approaches VC like a professional poker player.
President Trump suspended new work visas for immigrants until at least December 31, 2020. Here's what you should know, according to a lawyer.
Meet the 15 Google execs who report to CEO Sundar Pichai and are leading the internet company's most critical businesses
Google is facing big new challenges, from the pandemic to regulatory scrutiny. Here's the team of execs backing up CEO Sundar Pichai.
Trump just froze work visas during a time when a record number of immigrant-founded companies are generating record amounts of revenue
Some of the biggest Fortune 500 companies fall into that category, like Amazon, Apple, and Alphabet, Google's parent company.
Hospitals got tens of millions in federal coronavirus bailouts. Now, they're charging ahead with mergers.
Hospitals received a $175 billion federal bailout because they said business was so bad, yet they found the money to buy up new medical facilities.
Fireworks might be everywhere this summer, but 2 retailers and a pyrotechnician told us your conspiracy theories about them probably aren't true
Retailers said theories the police are setting off fireworks are farfetched and people are just bored. One told us stimulus funds are paying for them.
These coders are all self-taught and enjoying lucrative programming careers. They say get started as soon as possible if you want to end up like them.
Smashed windows and thousands of dollars in damages: 3 Black business owners detail what it's been like to reopen their stores after being hit by looters
Black business owners told Business Insider Today about extensive damages sustained by their stores but they remain hopeful about the recovery.
Quaker Oats announced its Aunt Jemima brand is on the way out, but several of these racist caricatures are still American staples.
The ultimate guide to getting a job at McKinsey, BCG, Bain, or Accenture, according to 3 headhunters for these top management consulting firms
The top management consulting firms are notoriously tough to break into. Luckily, these headhunters have helped plenty of candidates get jobs there.
While overall wage growth has been modest over the past decade, these jobs have seen a bump in salary of at least 20%.
The first installment of our newsletter explains why women may fall behind in their careers because they're overburdened at 真人百家家乐网站home during the pandemic.
The right mix of cold calls and warm introductions will help diversify your network — but use them correctly or your business will suffer
Harvard Business School researchers found that venture-capital firms with diverse teams are up to 24% more successful than those without.
Employers can purchase Poppin's shields, priced between $229 and $389, and stand them on any type of desk as a distancing measure.
How a tech recruiting platform used by Amazon and PayPal is tackling bias in the hiring process by eliminating the need for resumes and cover letters
HackerEarth's new screening process removes a candidate's personal information like name, birth date, and gender and focuses on skills assessments.
In addition to schools returning to campus, The Chronicle of Higher Education found that 8% plan to stay remote and 16% will take a hybrid approach.
A psychotherapist explains why 'cognitive distortions' can hold you back, and how to replace them with empowering thoughts.
Defunding the police could mean funding other social services like domestic violence organizations and crisis intervention teams.
I study Latin American policing and protests. Under the Trump administration, Black Lives Matter protests are more than anti-racist — they're anti-itarian.
Like their Latin American neighbors, many activists in the US are realizing that democracy on paper offers little real-life guarantees.
15 lesser-known pandemic relief grants business owners and entrepreneurs can apply to this summer to recover and reopen
These programs offer funding specifically to marginalized communities as well as artists, nail professionals, and others impacted by the pandemic.
Screening works only if employees are honest about symptoms and exposure history — but this could mean significant time off without pay.
How a federally funded lab and a biotech startup are combining AI and supercomputing to find a coronavirus treatment — and why the partnership hints at the future of drug development
The partnership could expand "outside of the scope of COVID to really challenge the way that drugs are looked at," said BERG CEO Niven Narain.
Despite the Supreme Court's landmark decision, the journey to equality for the LGBT community in the US is far from over. Here are 12 numbers that show the economic challenges they face.
22% of LGBTQ people live in poverty, earning less than $12,000 a year, compared with 16% of non-LGBTQ individuals.
Hiding your own emotions to spare your child worry or pain can actually stifle their ability to learn healthy emotional coping skills.
Forgetfulness can have a real cost in your daily life and your business, so it's worth it to strengthen your memory.
Starting Up is an interview series that asks the founders of the hottest startups how they launched your favorite brands! On this episode, Yieldstreet founder Milind Mehere.
Whether you want to learn to invest, budget, retire early, or just the foundations of managing money, these 15 personal finance books are the best.
Business Insider spoke to a head of HR at TikTok to learn more about how to get noticed by recruiters and land an interview at the company.
Some doctor jobs pay more than others. Anesthesiologists are paid the most, followed by surgeons, gynecologists, and orthodontists.
Peppermint, who was at the Supreme Court oral arguments last October, said it was the "most queer and diverse and trans that courtroom has ever been."
The hot self-marketing startup, which just reached a $6 billion valuation, makes design and branding easy, even for the least artistically inclined.
The cofounder of $24.8 billion Okta says these 4 crucial sales principles can make anyone more successful in any career
Frederic Kerrest spent much of his early career in sales. He says the experience was invaluable and provided a crash course in how business works.
The reason Melinda Gates almost quit her Microsoft job in the 1980s reveals an unfortunate truth about what it takes to get ahead at work
Many bosses show favor to people who are similar to them. It's critical to check your unconscious biases, which can inhibit diversity and inclusion.
An inside look at Stanford's one-of-a-kind course on mental health innovation, where students mingle with industry experts and develop business plans aimed at revolutionizing the healthcare industry
Guest speakers at the intersection of tech and mental healthcare include the Tupac Shakur Foundation's president and Facebook's head of user safety.
We translated the 3 most confusing PPP guidelines for entrepreneurs who might not know they qualify for the $130 billion the government still owes businesses
Freelancers, solo entrepreneurs, contractors, and gig workers are missing out on $50 billion because they didn't think they qualified for PPP money.
This $4,500 enclosed testing portal allows a healthcare worker to stand inside and test people for COVID-19 as offices start reopening. Here's how it works.
A medical professional stands inside the glass box, places their hands through a pair of gloves, and then tests the person on the outside.
The menswear guide to dressing for Zoom this summer: We asked top style experts to pick the 12 perfect shirts, pants, and style accessories for those hot summer months
From Silicon Valley, to New York, top style experts reveal how to dress for this summer's hottest trend: dressing for Zoom.
How Cisco helped save the US dairy supply this spring with new digital tools like audio-and-video enabled helmets
The equipment donated by the tech giant let Dairy Farmers of America workers communicate remotely from the plant floor with experts around the US.
Innovation Inc: Why this management style may be the key to help solve systemic racism in the workplace
The agile method has already been used to improve employee happiness and cut production times. Racism in the workplace may be the next target.
Our regular newsletter for getting things done, like things leaders need to focus on to make their offices more inclusive.
How the agile method already used by Amazon, Microsoft, JPMorgan Chase, and others can help solve systemic racism in the workplace
The method encourages diverse viewpoints, and therefore conversations about racism and addressing it, according to its co-creator, Jeff Sutherland.
2 entrepreneurs spent a year building a platform for finding quality fitness classes — then the coronavirus hit. Here's how they pivoted their product to online workouts in just 5 weeks.
TENY recommends workouts from trainers across the globe, giving unemployed fitness instructors a platform and helping the remote population stay fit.
Although the industry has taken a hit during the coronavirus pandemic, many firms are still hiring for a variety of senior and entry level roles.
Remote workers around the world are renting hotel rooms from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to try and regain a sense of work-life balance
Even people who live just blocks away are coming to take advantage of high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and fitness center access.
Black entrepreneurs who've built million-dollar businesses and blazed trails reveal their secrets to problem solving and building creatively
Black founders and leaders share how their identity has inspired creative approaches to building their businesses and led them to success.