Some employees are quitting their jobs over return-to-office policies. A strategic-thinking expert explains how leaders can maintain a flexible approach to keep workers on board.
Rose Gailey shares key strategies for leaders, to address growing concerns around mass employee resignations over companies' return-to-work policies.
GOP Rep. Byron Donalds says that he's being blocked from joining the Congressional Black Caucus because of his conservative views
"My gut reaction is disappointment," Donalds told WINK-TV. "There are going to be issues we're not going to agree on. But iron sharpens iron."
A federal judge has blocked a New York law requiring internet service providers offer $15 broadband to low-income residents
A judge said the law, which was to go into effect this week, could cause "irreparable harm" and "unrecoverable losses" to telecom companies.
Housekeepers told the New York Times last year that they felt more unsafe without daily cleanings since trash, dirt, and germs accumulated longer.
White House returns $2 billion from Trump's border wall to the military. The former president built 52 miles, at an average cost of $46 million per mile.
The White House on Friday returned $2 billion to the military after the former administration diverted it to pay for a southern border wall.
The winner of the auction, whose name will be released in coming weeks, will fly on the spacecraft with Jeff Bezos and his brother on July 20 for 11 minutes.
From $2,000 sign-on bonuses to free hotel rooms and even iPhones, companies like McDonald's, Amazon, and JBS are finding creative ways to lure in new hires amid the labor shortage
Some are even giving free food and a $50 payment to applicants just for turning up for interviews as companies scramble for new staff.
Humans can reproduce on Mars because sperm can survive there for up to 200 years, a new study suggests
A study suggests sperm can survive on Mars for 200 years. The findings "are essential for mankind to progress into the space age," said its co-author.
After Jan. 6, Cheney has refused to waver in her confidence in the election results and her repudiation of Trump, which has upset many Republicans.
Taco Bell is giving away free tacos to vaccinated customers across California, as part of the state's Vax for the Win scheme
Customers have to show their vaccination cards at participating locations in the Californian state to be eligible for free snacks
Earlier this week, the Senate unanimously passed legislation designating Pulse, a gay nightclub in Florida, a national memorial.
5 states pose a barrier to Biden's vaccine goals because they've so far vaccinated less than half of their population
Biden has said he wants 70% of the US at least partially vaccinated by July 4. Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Wyoming are lagging behind.
A top exec at 'green' crypto firm Chia says today's volatility is just like the wild price swings in dot-com stocks in the 90s - and that both further turbulence and regulation will ultimately help the market
"It's kind of like saying that we're gonna adopt the internet in the late 90s without having volatility in internet stocks," COO Gene Hoffman said.
'I miss Trump': Lindsey Graham slams Biden foreign policy, alleges that the 'bad guys were afraid' of the former president
During an appearance on Fox News's "The Ingraham Angle," Graham alleged that Biden is not pushing back forcefully against China and Russia.
Watergate figure John Dean described the Trump DOJ's surveillance of House Democrats as 'Nixon on stilts and steroids'
Dean, who helped bring down former President Nixon over Watergate, said that the actions of Trump's DOJ went further than that of his former boss.
Bitcoin may have to tumble below $30,000 before major buyers are lured back in, JPMorgan's crypto expert says
The lesson from the 2018 bitcoin crash is that the current bear market may last months, JPMorgan strategist Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou told Insider.
Four states cut off federal unemployment benefits Saturday - and the White House is very unlikely to step in to prevent the loss of stimulus aid
The cuts in Mississippi, Missouri, Alaska, and Iowa yanks aid from 340,000 workers. More GOP states are following suit in the next two months.
Some Senate Democrats say they will oppose infrastructure deal with GOP if climate measures are dropped, potentially derailing package
"On a big infrastructure bill, to pass on climate altogether? No way," one top Democrat told Insider.
Biden restores $929 million in funding for the California high-speed rail project that was cancelled by Trump
California officials had argued that Trump's decision to cancel funding for rail project "arbitrary, capricious, an abuse of discretion."
"It's great to have a US president who's part of the club and very willing to cooperate," Macron said at the G7 Summit on Saturday.
A federal judge just ruled against over 100 Houston hospital workers who will be fired if they don't get the COVID-19 vaccine
The employees alleged the hospital was forcing them to be "human guinea pigs." A judge disagreed, saying they were free to quit or be fired.
I visited one of the most iconic neighborhood bars in NYC after it reopened - here's what it was like
Bemelmans Bar on the Upper East Side is currently open at 50% capacity, and requires one member of each party to fill out a digital contact tracing form.
TikTok video shows flight attendant threatening to turn plane around after he said staff were harassed by 'disgusting' passengers
An argument over face masks led to the abuse of attendants on an American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Charlotte on June 7.
Time-lapse video shows the ice shelf of one of Antarctica's largest glaciers breaking into large chunks
Time-lapse footage of Pine Island Glacier between 2017 and 2020 shows its ice shelf breaking into large pieces, threatening environmental disaster.
New Yorkers who don't identify as male or female can use 'X' to designate their gender on driver's licenses and other government documents, new bill says
A White House official February told The 19th in February that Biden was considering making the same change to federal documents, including passports.