In three 24-hour hackathons, 30 nonprofits teamed up with teams of professional web developers who volunteered their time and expertise to revamp the organizations’ websites free of charge.
Would you pay them to quit? Promote from within? Take a look at how some companies are attempting to create positive company cultures that ultimately benefit their bottom lines.
As school districts look for ways to evaluate and improve teacher performance, many turn to statistics to quantify how they’re doing. But those formulas aren’t flawless, says the American Statistical Association, which is urging caution in measuring teacher performance via “value-added” models.
Hoping to provide a unique experience of its annual foodservice show, the Washington Restaurant Association recently outfitted its onsite staff with Google Glass to provide a live video feed of the event, complete with “on camera” interviews with exhibitors.
As plans progress for a possible national museum focused on women’s history, the American Historical Association is calling for a greater involvement of historians in the conception and creation of the museum.
In an effort to help retired military service members find civilian employment, the National Notary Association plans to provide free notary training for veterans at its upcoming annual meeting.
A new survey found many employees don’t read their employee handbooks. Here’s a look at how to better communicate benefits information.
More than 50 percent of nonprofits couldn’t meet demands for services last year. With demands continuing to increase and the funding landscape changing, many organizations need new strategies to ensure long-term success.
Sunday marked the beginning of National Volunteer Week, a 40-year tradition of honoring the work and service of U.S. volunteers. Here’s how several associations are both saluting their volunteers and fostering the volunteer spirit this week.
In a survey of more than 5,000 of its members, the Association for Financial Professionals found that most companies are either increasing or considering increasing security measures to prevent payment fraud, a problem a number of trade groups are also trying to tackle.