With a goal of raising the visibility of long-form journalism by Latino writers, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists has launched a new digital storytelling outlet.
A company that sells AI-based facial detection technology to employers to screen job candidates is the subject of a regulatory complaint due to concerns it introduces bias to the hiring process.
The Association for Digital Asset Markets says that by signing a new code of conduct, its member firms will commit to best practices and elevate the integrity of a newly emerging marketplace.
The National Association of Secretaries of State’s #TrustedInfo2020 campaign will help promote state and local election officials as sources to go to for accurate election information.
The Protect Press Freedom campaign, ahead of the 2020 presidential election, emphasizes the challenges and sacrifices journalists make in reporting and presenting the news.
When it comes to enterprise software, there are two camps—a variety of best-in-breed tools or an all-in-one suite. But what should you do if your best-in-breed vendor changes things up on you?
Employees often struggle with the lingo and details of benefits, and that could be leading them to make bad decisions about insurance or financial savings. Here’s how you can help with benefits literacy.
The American Legion found the Buddy Check program was so successful when it first tried it earlier this year that it will now be a twice-yearly endeavor—including during the week of Veterans Day.
If you’re not careful, coworking could swallow up your organizational culture. Also: an interesting privacy strategy from Apple.
User experience is everything for an association looking to succeed online—but if it’s not integrated throughout an organization, it can be much more of a pain than it’s worth.