According to the research firm Gartner, a competitive market for new hires is leading employers to pay even more than prospective workers were seeking—which encourages current employees to start looking elsewhere.
This week, the House Ways and Means Committee passed a tax extenders package that included a provision to repeal the 21 percent tax on certain employee benefits provided by associations. It now needs a full House vote.
With the homegrown hashtag proving greatly successful as a marketing tool among its members, NAFSA has officially taken ownership of #YouAreWelcomeHere and will support the campaign’s growth.
The latest edition of the Giving USA annual report found that, with inflation accounted for, giving fell last year, despite a strong economy. The report notes a sharp decline in itemized tax returns.
The B Corp designation is awarded to socially minded businesses that meet high standards of transparency and accountability. B Lab, the nonprofit that awards the certification, is working to build on the model's success so that more companies adopt a mission-focused mindset.
The Plant Based Foods Association is aiming to make grab-and-go plant-based food more accessible with a turnkey retail concept it’s piloting at college campuses to start.
The National Popular Vote has long made the case that there’s no reason that states have to stick with the electoral college—and has legislative success stories to show for it.
A new Expedia study lays out the need for good etiquette on the road—and the behaviors that are most likely to frustrate your neighbors. Despite the complaints, travelers don’t want to start a fight.
A new report from the fundraising platform Classy finds that nonprofit employee satisfaction rates top 80 percent, but closer alignment between employees and leadership could make things even better.
A new McKinsey Global Institute report indicates that automation could lead to potentially high job losses for women by 2030. To stop this, leaders and organizations must invest in training and reskilling programs.