A new $4.5 million grant to the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation will go toward developing training programs for incarcerated young adults and finding them jobs when they’re released.
Not hearing back from your media contacts? You may be annoying them. Also: how to leverage criticism for creativity.
While many employees consider student debt repayment a must-have benefit, organizations are wondering if it’s something they can actually offer. One association offers some tips and explains how its staff made it happen.
In a digital world, where a Social Security number isn't enough to verify a person's identity, the business community can help governments find more secure solutions, according to the Business Roundtable.
As the Apollo 11 mission that brought Americans to the moon hits its 50th anniversary this week, many associations have taken small steps to reflect on an out-of-this-world moment.
One reason employees don't take time off is that they don’t think their employers encourage it. Clear guidelines, smart planning, and example-setting by the boss can go a long way toward changing that.
Forget open office spaces. Pods, the next work environment trend, are here. Also: questions to ask before updating your remote work policy.
GameStop faces tough headwinds because video games are increasingly being sold in digital form, but it’s fighting against disruption by adapting its business to focus on gaming culture, not just boxes.
Need some business inspiration? Just look at the rapper Drake. Also: the benefits of a change committee during a tech rollout.
A new survey reveals that associations are not collecting enough data about their sponsorship programs. By being more comprehensive, they can keep partners happy and maintain a steady stream of nondues revenue. While associations are collecting data related to the revenue their corporate partnerships and sponsorships bring in, they often aren’t measuring crucial information that […]