Celebrating turkey day remotely? A few associations have offered ways to transition the festivities to an online setting.
A new report from Classy finds that the pandemic is not putting a damper on charitable giving this year. Also: A Thanksgiving reminder that involves pizza.
While ASAE and the business community back legislation that would protect groups from business interruption losses resulting from future pandemics, opposition to the Pandemic Risk Insurance Act was evident during a November 19 hearing.
While 2020 has left many associations reeling, that doesn’t have to be the case in 2021. A good communications plan will align to your association’s strategic goals, allow for flexibility in shifting times, and build buy-in for your budgetary needs.
As months of remote work go by, organizations are ready to find new ways to engage employees. Consider these activities to help virtual team members connect with one another.
With Congress increasingly reflecting the U.S. population, groups representing congressional staff are pushing for the same among senior leadership. Also: The case for focusing on small victories right now.
As small businesses face uncertainties, the Brewers Association is generating support for small breweries to help them maintain their businesses throughout the holiday season and into the next phase of the COVID-19 crisis.
Recent research shows that workplace meetings held remotely often blunt women’s voices. Communication expert Carol Vernon says that ground rules and good planning can ensure everyone has a chance to contribute.
Seeking to help small, independent radio stations maintain revenue during the pandemic and beyond, the Independent Broadcasters Association launched this summer. IBA’s goal is to help stations drive revenue by leveraging the power of association.
As the economic impacts of the pandemic continue to weigh on associations, budgets have become leaner. Budget shortfalls can be reduced by reassessing compensation and job duties, or, if that fails, downsizing, says an expert.