A U.S. Transportation Department advisory committee this week recommended that airlines transparently disclose fees and seat sizes to consumers before they buy tickets—and that hotels include mandatory resort fees in the price of the room.
What to do if your small-staff association needs tech help? Don't panic. Plus: Verizon gets a less flashy logo.
If you’re searching for a new position and bouncing from job board to job board, you may be missing opportunities (think social media and creating your own blog) to help in the process.
A coalition of groups representing the library industry has stepped into the legal showdown between the Federal Communications Commission and the telecom industry over open internet rules. The groups warn that a ruling favoring broadband providers could negatively impact library services.
With legislative pressure ramping up in France, a number of the country's retailers said last week that they would voluntarily donate leftover food to charity. Although the strategy could pick up steam in Europe, American groups remain focused on their own initiatives.
In a quest to continually offer members value that they can’t find on the open internet, the International Foodservice Distributors Association launched a new suite of customizable benchmarking tools. The initiative was driven by IFDA’s volunteer leaders.
When designing newsletters, flyers, or other promotional materials for your organization, should you have to be worried about things looking "too professional?" Plus: A seven-step strategy-development template.
Seeing the potential for negative effects on amputees from an obscure Medicare policy change, the American Orthotic & Prosthetic Association got into gear last week, getting their issue in front of officials and in the press.
In a move that many delegates admitted was largely symbolic, Canada's largest medical association last month voted to divest funds from fossil fuel companies to highlight public health concerns about climate change. This action evokes strategies used in the 1980s during another public health crisis—the war on tobacco.
The Hearing Loss Association of America is requesting a meeting with CDC and White House officials to address why hearing loss was not included in a state-based assessment on the prevalence of disabilities among U.S. adults.