New research provides an argument for not succeeding. Coming up just short of a goal might actually prove more motivational in achieving a different goal than having been successful the first go-around.
The National Association of Realtors has released new resources as part of its safety program to help ensure real estate professionals can reduce the risks of threats and attacks while on the job.
Welcome to the weekly news quiz featuring questions from some of our most recent articles. In this edition: scientists warn Congress about lower meeting attendance, an air transport group pushes for uniform standards, and one state becomes the first to mandate increased credit card security features.
A new study shows that managing work-life balance is getting harder for workers around the world. Not a terribly surprising finding, yet one that shows how workplace dynamics continue to change with greater connectivity and increased demands.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe won praise from the Retail Industry Leaders Association after he signed a directive mandating that state-issued credit cards have advanced chip security features. But RILA is advocating for even more credit card security.
The Adventure Travel Trade Association and Outdoor Industry Association are partnering on an adventure trip through Nepal as a way to help the country in its recovery after a 7.9-magnitude earthquake hit late last month.
This week's news quiz features a public awareness campaign that just turned 100, a new survey highlighting the nonprofit sector's top challenges, and the NFL finally conceding on its tax-exempt status.
What happens when a state of emergency is declared in the city where you’re hosting a big event soon? Two meeting planners share their experiences. It’s something no meeting planner ever wants to hear: The city where your next big event is taking place in just a few days is under a state of emergency […]
At least two groups went ahead with their planned meetings and conventions in Baltimore last week and this week in spite of a breakout of protests that left the city in a state of emergency.
Realizing they are stronger together than apart, the two groups recently announced an upcoming merger that will help them advocate for and interpret legislation affecting both industries.