As locals and police continued to clash in a small St. Louis suburb this week, two journalists on the scene were taken into police custody for reasons that remain unclear. Media associations objected loudly.
The advent of online video tools like Skype and ooVoo make it possible to interview potential hires from around the globe. But how effective are those video interviews, and how can they benefit an organization? A new study has some answers.
Since August 9, 1944, Smokey Bear has been spreading the word about wildfire prevention. The groups behind the longest-running public service campaign in U.S. history credit Smokey’s continued success to his ability to adapt over time—and learn how to tweet.
An inspector general recently warned a nonprofit that gag provisions included in an employee separation agreement may violate whistleblower protection laws. The incident is a reminder for associations to check their own whistleblower policies.
This week’s visit by dozens of African leaders is a reminder that in Washington, DC, major international events are a part of everyday life—and so are major traffic headaches. Associations in the region have embraced flexible work arrangements that keep business running as usual.
After its data-breach debacle, Target chose a new CEO from outside the retail industry. Associations often face a similar question: Does industry experience trump association management experience?
Going for a record, the National Safe Boating Council offers a message about safety.
Two rivals join forces to make industry data on the apartment industry compelling.
A new study suggests that the fist bump, a greeting practice perfected by cool guys everywhere and made mainstream by President Obama, is better for our health than the handshake. The healthcare industry agrees.
The survey of organizations with fewer than 500 members revealed positive membership trends but found ongoing concern about delivering member value.