The Association of Corporate Counsel is hoping a new study on work-life balance will shed light on how important flexibility in the workplace can be, for both attorneys and the companies that employ them.
To account for changes in how people read magazines, the Association of Magazine Media launched a new audience-measurement tool that calculates content consumption across a variety of platforms and formats. The goal: to help advertisers see the big picture.
After a fire closed a major air traffic control center outside of Chicago last Friday, the National Air Traffic Controllers Association offered a status update and assurances that flight operations were safe and returning to normal early this week.
How two old-school cartoons have managed to keep things fresh with the help of the occasional twist. Also: Chromebooks get access to Photoshop—no, really.
What factors should be included in measuring the budget impact of tax reform? The lawmaker likely to be the next leader of the House tax-writing committee wants to change the formula to account for projected economic growth from tax cuts.
It's always a good time to update your resume, but a reminder certainly helps. That's why Career Directors International holds its annual International Update Your Resume Month.
Not every crowdfunding project is successful, and that can lead to a lot of frustrated backers. But there's plenty that can be done to fix the situation, including having industry groups take the lead on curating and vetting projects on Kickstarter and similar services.
The recent situation involving two U.S. medical relief workers admitted to an Atlanta hospital to be treated for the Ebola virus highlighted a significant logistical problem in dealing with the disease: how to dispose of the large amounts of medical waste it creates. While that hospital was largely prepared, medical groups warn that other facilities may not be, and waste groups warn of regulatory roadblocks.
Consumer outcry over the potential health effects of microbeads in toothpaste has led Crest to stop using them in its products, though the American Dental Association still gives the tiny exfoliating particles its OK. But environmentalists see them a different kind of hazard.
HR professional Dawn Cacciotti recently won an award for her efforts to increase employee engagement and participation in wellness programs at the National Restaurant Association. Find out how she did it.