Traveling for work can be fraught with delays, mechanical difficulties, and missed connections as a new study by the Global Business Travel Association recently found. Here are some tips from one association professional and travel pro to help make your next trip go as smooth as possible.
In a new campaign, the U.S. Travel Association hopes to change the public perception of vacation time and draw attention to the drain that an overworked workforce puts on the economy and personal well-being.
A new study notes that coworking centers have become increasingly common worldwide over the past decade, though the design-friendly spaces tend to attract more freelancers than full companies.
Associations had a range of reactions to a new Bureau of Labor Statistics survey that showed the number of volunteers declined in 2013.
The American Chemical Society recently revamped its online video series, incorporating lessons learned in the past five years of production to make even more relevant and engaging videos, and it seems to be working.
New economic advancements open up a new set of possibilities for regulation—and that could be a good thing. Plus: What emerging technologies are grabbing attention and investment?
A trade group representing Formula One racing teams shut down last week, citing financial issues. But those weren't the only problems the organization faced during its six-year history.
Nutrition labels are getting their first makeover since becoming required on almost all food packaging 20 years ago. Public health and food industry groups, for the most part, like what they see.
Prevent distraction, sluggishness, and the other things that cause afternoon procrastination. Plus: Do your website's priorities align with your association's?
A new suite of tools from the National Health Council will help patients estimate their out-of-pocket insurance costs and allow them to share their experience of signing up for coverage under the Affordable Care Act.