The state’s Department of Revenue recently issued a ruling saying that membership fees to join a professional association are taxable if members receive tangible personal property in exchange for their dues payment. ASAE and other associations are concerned about the precedent this tax would set.
It has been 20 years since the U.S. Green Building Council introduced its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design standards. With the world facing a climate emergency, the evolving standards help new and existing buildings keep their carbon footprints low.
New research from the Harvard University Growth Lab revealed an unexpected employee retention trend: those who worked in environments where their skills were complemented by coworkers—rather than duplicated—stayed at their jobs longer.
Hotel rooms are safer today thanks to a new law that ensures guests have immediate access to 911 in an emergency. Associations played an important role in shaping Kari's Law after a high-profile tragedy.
Use industry standards to inform your organization's goals and decisions in 2020. Also: setting up board members for success.
With its new Game Generation campaign, the Entertainment Software Association is hoping to make the case that treating gaming as a societal problem is an outdated way of thinking.
Following a hearing on February 7, the IRS appears closer to removing the requirement that trade associations and other tax-exempt organizations provide the names and addresses of donors who contribute $5,000 or more on their Form 990 return.
Work with employees to identify organizational problems and find solutions. Also: Airports around the country get a Nintendo infusion.
With the help of an industry coalition, associations are making it clear that the only option to fight acute pain is not taking an opioid that carries a risk of addiction.
With the coronavirus causing quarantines in China and putting other Asian cities on high alert, staff are working from home, taking precautions, and looking for workarounds to keep up with job duties without risking infection.