The two top-ranking items on the National Restaurant Association’s trend-tracking survey involved cannabis and CBD, two substances that aren’t fully legal in the U.S. Also popular among chefs were global flavors and zero-waste cooking.
Recognizing that its members are dealing with ever-changing technologies and other shifts that will require them to think differently to remain relevant, the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants introduced its Center for Innovation late last year.
A new report from the B2B firm Clutch found that nearly 15 percent of recent hires in a survey got their jobs via a social platform. But don't shutter your job board just yet.
A new Brooklyn facility for freelancers—launched in collaboration with the Freelancers Union and New York City—could prove inspiration for a field that’s growing in prominence but comes with a lot of extra complications.
Effective communication is no longer just a soft skill; the ability to persuade gives you a competitive edge. Also: how to deal with an executive transition.
Learning Ally aims to give students with learning disabilities an upper hand in the classroom with its Great Reading Games, an audiobook-driven educational program.
Associations representing federal contractors in the defense, aerospace, and professional services sectors are pressing for an end to the ongoing government shutdown and providing resources to assist affected members.
In order for your organization to achieve greater success this year, you have to avoid the activities that held you back in 2018. Also: developing a physical security strategy at events.
If your longtime employees are leaving your organization and you're struggling to find new talent with the right expertise in a tough job market, you're likely suffering from brain drain. Consider these strategies to ease the pain.
When organizations don’t focus on wellbeing, they’ll often see that their employees are exhibiting signs of burnout. Here are few tips for preventing it.