Nearly 70% of people using ChatGPT at work haven't told their bosses about it, survey finds
Since OpenAI's ChatGPT launched in November, people have experimented with using it to ease their workloads, often without telling their bosses.
A 2nd round of layoffs at Meta and Amazon shows companies are taking back their power — and they may not stop there
After years of trying to attract and placate workers amid a labor shortage, employers are reasserting their power. Call it the "Great Reclamation."
How Ron Howard and Brian Grazer's startup, fresh off a $15 million VC fundraise, is tackling hiring logjams in Hollywood
Tyler Mitchell, the CEO of Impact, revealed how the staffing platform, launched in 2022 by Imagine Entertainment founders Ron Howard and Brian Grazer, is helping producers hire experienced film and TV crews.
Marketing for Small Business: Expert advice for engaging new customers, boosting profits, and retaining talent
Insider's "Marketing for Small Business" breaks down the most effective marketing techniques and how they can strengthen a brand and build community.
The 4-day workweek may not be the answer to workplace productivity and flexibility
In March, Rep. Mark Takano reintroduced his 32-hour Workweek Act to Congress amid growing conversations about shortened workweeks.
Get ready: Gen Z is coming for the housing market
Unlike millennials before them, Gen Z has grown up during a home price boom. Now they're using tech to claim their share of the real-estate profits.
I thought I was an introvert, but what if I'm just a shy narcissist instead?
Even if you're not a true narcissist, your sensitivity, aversion to teamwork, and inability to receive feedback can be career-limiting, say experts.
8 free online Coursera classes to take if you want to work in AI, from experts at Amazon, Meta, and others
The buzz surrounding artificial intelligence means there's a growing need for AI experts in the workplace.
Mark Zuckerberg is leaning into Meta's 'year of efficiency' the wrong way, and multiple rounds of layoffs will be damaging
The strategy risks hurting innovation, recruiting, and morale. It also makes it less likely he'll boost productivity or make Meta a talent magnet.
I've worked on Wall Street for more than 15 years. Here are 5 ways middle managers go wrong.
Mathew C. Meade has worked for firms including JP Morgan Chase and Bank of America. He says the transition to middle management is often the hardest.
I tried Apple CEO Tim Cook's 3.45 a.m. wakeup routine. It was a nightmare.
James White tried Tim Cook's routine of waking up incredibly early to work. But trying to hustle like the CEO of Apple felt extremely unnatural.
Why leading researchers fear AI will wreak even more havoc than social media
Artificial intelligence could warp the economy and supercharge everything from financial scams to government surveillance, according to tech experts.
I'm an Amazon employee who likes working in person. I think our return-to-office plan falls short, so I'm quitting to work somewhere with a stronger office presence.
One Amazon employee likes working in person but said the mandate won't benefit her, as her teammates don't work in the same office, so she's quitting.
When everyone around you is quitting, don't wait for your boss to initiate a 'stay interview.' Ask for one yourself.
The stay interview is a career conversation that helps managers learn why high-performing employees stay — and what could cause them to leave.
Gen Z shares 5 red flags that could mean an employer doesn't care about work-life balance
Gen Z job seekers are asking about work-life balance during job interviews and say these answers indicate a company might not be the right fit.
The 14-slide pitch deck a Los Angeles-based fintech startup used to raise $10 million
The SoLo Funds team closed a $10 million Series A raise from investors like ACME Capital and Impact America in February 2021.
9 healthy habits that helped me create a happier and more productive WFH routine
You can quickly add these healthy habits to your remote, or work-from-home daily routine to feel happy and productive, writes Betsy Ramser Jaime.
Companies are getting rid of middle managers. That's a big mistake.
We think of them as petty, powerless, thumb-twiddling bureaucrats. But middle managers are actually the very people who make large companies work.
I hid my pregnancy from clients and coworkers for 8 months. I don't regret it.
"I do wonder if being honest would've cost me business," writes Jen Glantz, who hid her pregnancy at work. "That wasn't a risk I was willing to take."
I make $1,000 a month taking surveys online. It's quick, easy money that helps me pay off my student loans.
"I began my career with a half a million dollars of student debt," says plastic surgeon Jordan Frey. "It felt like it would take forever to pay off."
My job went remote — so I got 2 more and started traveling the world in secret
For some remote employees, "working from home" means responding to emails from a secret trip to the Eiffel Tower (or anywhere else in the world).
I do 'Bare Minimum Mondays' at work to help beat the 'Sunday scaries' and avoid burnout. It's totally changed my life and how I approach my job.
Marisa Jo Mayes coined "Bare Minimum Mondays" and says it's a way to start the week "prioritizing yourself as a person over yourself as an employee."
I left teaching after 5 years because the long hours, low pay, and constant stress were unsustainable. I finally feel like I have my life back again.
"I burned out probably within my second month. I would come home and not have any energy. No one prepares teachers for this," says a former teacher.
I raised $9.75 million for my health and wellness company as a Black female founder. Here's how I did it and found the right investors.
As of 2022, only a few hundred Black or Latina women founders have raised $1 million or more in VC investments, according to Project Diane.
I quit my job as a teacher after 6 years to work in tech sales. I make $20,000 more, have greater flexibility in my day, and am so much happier now.
"It can be difficult to think, 'I'm not happy in the job I've been working towards my entire life.' But you're not a failure for leaving this job."
I'm an Amazon employee who's worked remotely since 2021. Now that we're returning to the office soon, I worry I'll lose the productivity and work-life balance I perfected during the pandemic.
"Employee morale is down from the layoffs. People are already on edge, and now they're adding this, too. It's like, what else will they throw at us?"
There's a battle for people brewing — and Florida is schooling the competition
Remote workers are leaving New York and California in droves. If the states want to win the battle for people, they need to learn from Florida.
I took an office-personality quiz, and it turns out that as a remote worker, I'm a caged butterfly
Like many extroverted people who work from home or hybrid, I've learned to adapt my Chatty Cathy "office" persona for the remote world.
Fiverr or Upwork: When freelancers should use one over the other
Freelancers looking to make additional income should know which platform is better for short-term projects and which offers payment protection.
I quit my retail job last year, and now I attend exclusive red carpets and get paid up to $10,000 to promote movies
Amanda Castrillo is a 26-year-old content creator who quit her retail job last year. She gets paid thousands of dollars to promote TV shows and movies.
Here are 15 of the highest-paid entry-level retail jobs in the US at brands like Buc-ee's, Costco, and Patagonia
These are the highest and best paying retail jobs you can find now, according to Glassdoor data on hourly wages of companies in the US.
A new email tool proves the AI revolution has already arrived
I used a new AI tool to summarize my emails and improve my productivity. The new app convinced me that the AI revolution is just getting started.
Science has found a simple way to free us from our addiction to social media
Trying to stop your social media addiction? A new app uses a simple, science-backed trick to break the bad habit: breathing.
The job cuts by companies like Uber and GM targeting low performers show CEOs are taking a hard-line approach to management
CEOs feel pressure to reduce headcount and show they are "going to be leaner and meaner going forward," a business advisor told Insider.
4 ways to use body-language to make yourself more likable, according to experts
You're trying to win people over?in almost every interaction with coworkers, potential clients, and friends. This is not manipulative. It's innate.
How Walmart CEO Doug McMillon went from unloading Walmart trucks as teen to earning $25.7 million in total compensation
Learn how McMillon went from a teenager unloading trucks at Walmart's distribution center to one of the world's most powerful people.
This exec is breaking the stigma around addiction and mental health in corporate America
Executives at the insurance giant The Hartford are helping employers combat America's mental health and addiction crises.
Pink-slip parties of the dot-com bust helped laid-off tech workers land new jobs — and need to make a comeback
Allison Hemming, the originator of the concept, spoke to Insider about tech hiring, Gen Z's social mores, and the power of glow-in-the-dark bracelets.
I'm a Gen X working mom who tried TikTok's 'Bare Minimum Monday' trend, and it's harder than it looks
My 40-something self scoffed at the trend, but when my boss told me to do nothing at work and then write about it, I leaped at the opportunity.
Forget the 'death of downtowns' — we're about to experience the Big City Renaissance
Forget the "death of downtowns" or an "urban doom loop," big cities like New York City and San Francisco are about to experience a renaissance.
Wonder why everything is so expensive these days? It's because boomers got greedy.
Boomers' greed is to blame for high prices and crippling shortages — and now millennials and Gen Z are forced to deal with the mess they left behind.
5 ways small-business owners can use Reddit as a secret weapon to build niche communities and dig up new trends
While it takes time and dedication to market on Reddit, which has more than 57 million daily active users, companies can start with a small budget.
Some schools are switching to the 4-day workweek to bring in and keep teachers, but education officials say it's not a 'magic pill' to fix the educator shortage
The switch to a four-day week in education isn't without debate, as professionals and organizations have said it could heighten systemic inequities.
Layoffs can cause contagion that pushes workers who are left behind to quit
New research suggests that when employees are let go, it can make other team members are more likely to quit. Twitter, Disney, and Meta — take note.
Your workers are disengaged and burned out. Here are some simple ways you can help them.
There are a number of short, beneficial strategies that managers can use to improve employee wellbeing. And they can be done on a shoestring budget.
I'm a Black woman who left her job at an architecture firm to go out on her own and I've never been happier
Xena Stryker, now the CEO of her architecture design firm, said having a mentor is essential because that person can help you navigate new challenges.
Nobody likes negative customer reviews, but 3 small-business owners share why the feedback has actually been great for business
One small-business owner told Insider responding to reviews could place more value on customers and keep them coming back.
10 life-changing 'micro-habits' you can adopt quickly to improve your emotions and productivity
Darshak Rana realized that adopting tiny habits, such as muting notifications on his phone, was making a huge difference to his life.
People who ask more questions are more popular, according to Harvard researchers. Here's how to ask the right ones.
A Harvard study found asking more questions can make you more likeable. Writer Margaret Pan explores the findings.
A freelance SEO expert explains 5 steps to drive search traffic on a limited budget
A tactical SEO strategy using gap analysis to create content your competitors are missing can improve a website's search traffic even on a small budget.