New research found that U.S. workers didn’t use 768 million vacation days in 2018. An HR expert offers advice for employees and employers on making sure those days get used.
Millennials, tech, activism—a 10-year study shares how the plugged-in generation interacts with causes and social issues. Also: Boost attendance in your learning program.
To avoid jeopardizing their tax-exempt status or to limit liability, associations sometimes structure their revenue-generating programs and services as separate entities. A nonprofit attorney offers insights into when to consider going that route.
From new reports and campaigns to always-handy resources, these associations have plenty to work with for families, teachers, and administrators ahead of the first day.
Unpaid internships can put financial strain on many young professionals—but doing away with these programs won’t solve the issue, either. Also: how to refine content in 2020.
Switch up your social media routine and let members take over for a day. Also: how one MLB manager’s open discussions strengthen his relationship with his team.
With a variety of fields represented, the new Alliance for Responsible Professional Licensing aims to speak up in state legislative battles over credentialing, which have picked up in recent years.
A bill that would extend labor protections and employee benefits to many workers previously considered freelancers or independent contractors is making its way through the California Senate. If it passes, it will affect associations that use freelancers in the state.
Nonprofit executives say improving their tracking of fundraising impact is a top priority, according to recent research from Oracle NetSuite. But outcomes are harder to show than dollars raised.
From using video on your website to Snapchat at your meetings, some associations are trying new ways of integrating social media into their communications and marketing.