The American Ladder Institute’s National Ladder Safety Month, which will take place for the first time this March, is an attempt by the group to reduce the number of deadly accidents involving people using the devices.
To strengthen its global presence and its place in the community, the International Compliance Association has expanded into the United States.
More than two years after the loss of his mother, Beverly Carter’s son is launching a foundation that aims to improve safety for real estate agents, who often work alone. The president of the Arkansas Realtors Association, which assisted immediately after Carter’s death, gave the new foundation his full support.
Letting your staffers explore a conference city can be more than just a good time for them. It’s an under-used opportunity to help them better serve your members and attendees.
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The Business Roundtable is taking the long view on improving the skills gap for corporations with its most recent report, and some of its members are already following its lead on literacy issues.
A new study suggests the diversity of the board at a CEO’s prior gig can impact present performance.
The leader of the NFL Referees Association says that a series of recent incidents in which players made personal attacks against individual referees was a cause for concern for his members, and that he would work with the league’s players association to mitigate the problem.
The Trump administration’s controversial immigration order, which has significant impacts for the scientific world, has led numerous scientific organizations to sign onto a joint letter that calls on the president to rescind the order. ASAE, which has expressed concern with the order’s impact on associations, also signed onto the letter.
Associations are considering the business and social justice implications of the travel restrictions placed on foreign nationals seeking to enter the United States. ASAE called on the administration to clarify the policy and pledged to work with its members to address the issue.