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Slack CEO reveals what it’s like to lead one of the biggest workplace chat apps as the coronavirus continues to force people to work from home l...

"Stay focused. Stay awake. Everything we're doing matters," Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield wrote in an internal memo to his staff.
Kim Kardashian used to work for Paris Hilton.

7 celebrities who have worked for other celebrities

Celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Garner, Kanye West, and Allison Williams all worked for A-listers before they were famous.

The best office chairs

If you spend most of your day sitting at a desk, you need a supportive, comfortable office chair. These are the best office chairs.

A buzzy architecture firm designed the perfect office for collaboration. We took a tour inside and saw how color-changing lights and air filters can m...

Business Insider took a tour of architecture firm M Moser's New York City office, which is designed for optimal collaboration and productivity.
Medical equipment preparers earn on average $37,990 a year.

Here’s how much people in 29 jobs that are at a high risk of exposure to coronavirus make (it’s not that much)

Cashiers, sales workers, subway operators, and nurses are among the jobs at risk of exposure to the new disease.
Medical professionals like nurses would be on the front lines of a coronavirus outbreak.

6 American jobs most at risk of coronavirus exposure

Medical professionals, first responders, and flight attendants are all at risk of being exposed in a coronavirus pandemic.
Jeffree Star wasn't always a beauty mogul — he was previously a musician.

Surprising jobs beauty influencers had before they became famous

James Charles, for example, worked at a frozen-yogurt shop as a teenager. He also sold Instagram pages for thousands of dollars.

11 signs your job is making your life miserable

Do you spend tons of time and energy explaining to friends, family, and anyone who will listen just how bad your job is at the moment?

Millennials value their work more than older generations because they live in an ‘identity economy,’ says renowned therapist Esther Perel

Millennial workers may switch jobs more often than their older colleagues, but that doesn't make them disloyal or entitled, Perel told Insider.
Laughter has real power.

Laughter is the sign of a strong team — and a trustworthy leader

Bruce Daisley was previously Twitter's most senior employee outside of the United States. He says that laughter is vital when managing a team.