As the pandemic continues to keep many associations working remotely, they are also having to hire and onboard in this environment. One organization that’s done virtual onboarding well shares what made their process a success.
You don’t need to increase your ad budget to get more engagement on social media. Also: ASAE’s Virtual Annual Meeting continues.
A Project Management Office might be a fit for your association. Also: The art of the love letter.
A report from the Merkle Group finds that most industries are increasing marketing budgets, but nonprofits are an exception—and the loss of live events is a key reason why.
The American Restroom Association has always advocated for the best bathrooms to serve the public. Now, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the group is helping businesses address new safety challenges when it comes to their restrooms.
Some young donors may overemphasize for-profit principles in making decisions about giving. Also: How many people can cultural institutions expect to welcome upon reopening?
Your association may have weathered the initial disruption of COVID-19. That doesn’t mean you’re prepared for the next calamity. It's time to review your business continuity plan.
The way white and Black workers view discrimination and opportunity at the office diverges greatly, finds a new study from the Society for Human Resource Management. Having employees discuss race in the right way can help, the group says.
Employee development doesn’t need to cost a bundle—and it could save money, done right. Also: The art of innovation.
In a new initiative, the two organizations are partnering to provide nonpartisan, objective information in an unusual election year.