After having to retract articles due to violations, IEEE recently announced an overhaul to its journal system. The changes are designed to maintain high quality and avoid anomalies in the peer-review process.
With Giving Tuesday behind us, fundraisers are now focused on wrapping up 2019 strong. If you want to get the most out of your year-end campaign, follow these simple steps.
When laypeople have questions about noise and sound, one of the first places they turn for answers is Wikipedia. To ensure people find the correct answers there, the Acoustical Society of America is helping launch a wiki-editing project.
The office holiday party is a staple for many associations. But in the era of #MeToo and with some employees preferring to forgo a traditional celebration, more employers are switching things up to provide a better experience for everyone.
Less than three years after selling its decades-old business-to-business tradeshow, Snowsports Industries America is diving back into the show business with the purchase of two consumer-focused expos.
After years of a tight job market, with record unemployment, a new report indicates subtle shifts are occurring. While the market looks good for most sectors, nonprofits plan to hire fewer people, and a certain skill set is highly sought.
As the number of organizations participating in the post-Thanksgiving charitable holiday swells, it can be harder to get a foothold with donors. Fundraising experts give tips to help you distinguish yourself and make the most of #GivingTuesday.
A new study suggests that beefing up basic benefits like sick and vacation leave can improve staff retention—and employees could end up with as much as 40 percent more in retirement savings.
Looking to bring more value to its non-scientist members and the general public, the American Association for the Advancement of Science recently launched Science on Tap, a newsletter that curates the week’s scientific news in an easy-to-digest format.
After the British Columbia Construction Association discovered that hazing and bullying was driving employees out, it launched the Builders Code program earlier this year to change worksite culture.