The recent incident in Hawaii, in which a test message was accidentally sent to millions of people on the island, comes at a time when emergency groups are calling for upgrades to the FCC’s wireless system—upgrades the commission is supportive of.
Here are a few reasons why associations should consider investing in the hiring and training of older employees.
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine is launching a new group, the American Alliance for Healthy Sleep, that is designed to help better support those facing sleep problems.
Personas may not be helpful for writers. Here’s a better way to think about writing for your target audience. Also: CES tech announcements that all event pros should know.
Last week’s news that new dog and cat breeds were officially approved for competition highlights the fact that there’s a process to introducing official new breeds of house pets. Read on to learn about that process.
The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association recently launched a job bank that connects candidates with tourism-related employment opportunities.
A decade in the planning, the “Dental Hospital” in Reading, Pa., will allow HDA and its partners to train members and provide care for area residents.
Coca-Cola and Kodak take completely different approaches in attempts to stay relevant to a modern audience. Also: how to manage a team when employees have widely different working styles.
Thinking of taking your association from a physical space to a virtual office? You’ll want to hear about one executive director’s experience and top tips for ensuring a successful move.
Should nonprofits leave Twitter in the dust of 2017? Beth Kanter says key features mean the platform still has a lot to offer organizations in 2018. Also: Clever digital tools you should know.