As many organizations prepare to close the books on 2013, one of the last events on their calendars is likely the office holiday party. One HR professional offers some tips for a successful and safe end-of-the-year bash.
First-of-its-kind program certifies mobile health apps based on technical, privacy, and content tests.
In a move to prevent a repeat of the scandal that befell the IRS last May, the agency issued new guidelines on candidate-related political activity for groups seeking tax-exempt status as a social-welfare organization.
A shared mission and common values brought Wreaths Across America and the trucking industry together to support one cause this holiday season: remembering fallen veterans.
As it navigates ongoing disruptive change in its industry, a major trade group, Printing Industries of America, had to make some tough decisions, which its president and CEO addressed in a public letter last week.
Facing negative media depictions and a lack of knowledge about their profession, the American Association of Professional Landmen launched campaign to help the public—especially landowners—get to know them. Early returns have been promising.
Two senators from opposite sides of the aisle joined forces last week to urge their fellow tax writers on the Senate Finance Committee to preserve the deductibility of charitable contributions.
As the national advocate for turkey farmers and processors, the National Turkey Federation gobbles up attention during the holidays, but its work extends well beyond this time of year.
As the nation pays tribute to the slain 35th president of the United States this week, associations honor his legacy every day by fulfilling his commitment to promote peace through volunteering.
For recent college grads and potential employers, the recruitment process can be a stressful one. One expert offers tips for associations to up their recruitment game and attract fresh talent.