For women and minorities who advocate for other women and minorities in the workplace, the price of promoting diversity might come as a less favorable performance review, according to a new University of Colorado study.
The National Sport Shooting Foundation recently hosted a learning program specifically aimed at exhibitors to help them get the most out of their tradeshow experience.
To help instill camaraderie among state troopers throughout the country, as well as generate a little publicity, the American Association of State Troopers launched a social media campaign calling on people to vote for the “Best Looking Cruiser.”
The answer to that question is not always straightforward. Here’s how one association is trying to help level the STEM playing field and get more women interested in IT jobs.
As the deadline to fund the U.S. Highway Trust Fund approaches, several industry groups are speaking out and asking Congress to come up with a long-term solution to keep America’s highway projects moving.
The group’s president clarified a new resolution made at NFB’s annual convention last week in which it seeks to work with Apple to create policies and standards that would enforce accessibility in the development of mobile applications.
The 22 CEOs will lead by example, demonstrating healthy lifestyle habits in an effort to encourage the more than 2 million employees at their organizations to make healthier choices in their own lives.
Roughly 40 percent of mid- to large-size associations reported declining or stagnant membership, according to a new engagement and performance survey. While that may be bad news or good news, depending on how you look it, the authors suggested ways associations can work to increase membership numbers.
Years into the social media revolution, many associations are still forsaking strategy in their social communications, according to a new report. The result: Four in 10 don’t know whether social media is helping them meet their business goals. Where are they going wrong?
Staff members at the defense and intelligence industry association AFCEA International will cycle from Pittsburgh to DC next week to help raise money and awareness for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education.