As the cybersecurity skills gap persists, a new training and testing program can help bridge that gap, while providing a recruitment and retention tool for HR departments.
Some nonprofit employees are facing uncertainty over whether the Department of Education will continue to recognize their eligibility in a loan forgiveness program. It also raises issues for HR departments that have had employees participate in the program.
Using Facebook’s live-streaming capabilities, the Association For Creative Industries has taken a meeting-based education session and made it accessible year-round.
After years of drought, California saw a deluge of rain and snow. As the governor lifts the drought emergency status, the Association of California Water Agencies is helping inform the next conservation policy moves.
In recent years, the concepts of mindfulness and meditation have gained traction in the workplace as a way to keep employees healthy and productive. Quietspace Coaching Founder Judith Krauthamer explains how associations can benefit from and implement these practices.
While a series of organizations are giving to a new porpoise conservation effort, the Association of Zoos and Aquariums has raised $1.2 million with its members’ help. That success has encouraged AZA to bring it members together in other ways.
Every association is bound to face failure at some point, but how team leaders respond to that loss could be key to ensuring future success. Jamie Notter, consultant and founding partner of WorkXO, shares advice for organizations and managers.
As the issue of fake news continues to grow and become part of public debate, a new campaign from the News Media Alliance is working to set the record straight.
To fill gaps in building laws, vocational skills, and knowledge of the construction industry, the Interior Alaska Building Association has created a new brand.
Getting hands-on with zero-waste goals.