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A Primer on Preparing for Retirement  – November 09, 2015 Article
Not everyone is in the retirement mindset. Here's a look at how behavior can influence employees' willingness to save.

Everybody Seems to Do Exit Interviews These Days, But Should They?  – November 02, 2015 Members-Only Content
Author: Bryan Ochalla
Some HR experts think exit interviews are a waste of time, but at least two association experts who have experience with them believe otherwise.

Make Your Conference More Inclusive  – October 13, 2015 Article
Author: Mark Athitakis
What does your conference say about who is welcome in your community? Maybe not what you want it to say, if your speakers and attendees all look and sound the same. Associations that intend to remain relevant are making changes and pursuing strategies to design more inclusive meeting experiences.

Associations Concerned About Proposed Changes to Overtime Rules  – October 02, 2015 Article
Author: Chris Vest , CAE
A rule change proposed by the Department of Labor would greatly expand the pool of American workers eligible for overtime pay.

Boost Staff Engagement Through Culture, Structure, and Workspace Enhancements  – September 28, 2015 Members-Only Content
Author: Stephen P. Stahr, CAE
The capacity to serve one association's global membership has grown through efforts to engage and enable staff. Learn how the Million Dollar Round Table focused on cultural, structural, and physical improvements to raise staff engagement and performance.

"We're All in Sales Now": Associations and the New Sales Economy  – September 21, 2015 **** Article
Author: Kristin Clarke
Associations often say that all staffers are responsible for great customer service, but what about sales? No? Too late—the revolution within the "new sales economy" is already hitting associations, says bestselling author Dan Pink. The question is, what will we do about it?

Job Interviews Via Video  – September 09, 2015 Article
Author: Katie Bascuas
One association's foray into video-based job interviewing has helped the organization expand its reach to a wider talent pool without added costs.

Should Big Data Be Used to Monitor Employee Performance?  – September 09, 2015 Members-Only Content
Author: Rick Delgado
Organizations have been using big data to implement business solutions and achieve missions and strategies, but should they be using it to monitor employee productivity and performance? It's not an easy answer, but it's one that depends on organizational transparency.

Building a Diverse Leadership Pipeline  – August 28, 2015 Article
Author: Rob Stott
Through two leadership development programs aimed at students, ASHA has created a culture of diversity and inclusion that will benefit the association and its industry.

4 Steps For Building Leaders Internally  – August 24, 2015 Members-Only Content
Author: Dayna Fellows
The best potential leaders for your organization likely come from the staff you already have. Here are some of the roles that leaders and managers can take on to help them progress through the pipeline.