Congress is preparing to pass a temporary spending bill to keep the government running through December 20. That continuing resolution could be a vehicle for repealing a burdensome nonprofit benefits tax, say ASAE and the UBIT Coalition.
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.
The keys to dealing with a financial dispute? Careful listening, research, and transparency. Also: the difference between what meeting planners and attendees want from events.
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.
If a third party wants to throw your association a fundraiser, great! Just make sure it follows your fundraising guidelines. Also: Should your AMS be a customizable or configured model?
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.
If you’re not careful, coworking could swallow up your organizational culture. Also: an interesting privacy strategy from Apple.
The American Beverage Association and its three biggest members are working to improve bottle recycling rates with a new $100 million program to modernize infrastructure and build public awareness.