Study: Top Execs Willing to Jump Ship for New Jobs

Associations Now

New analysis of data from a decade ago finds 52 percent of executives were willing to pursue a new job if contacted by a recruiter. Back in 2002, more than half of executives were willing to actively consider a new job when contacted by a recruiter, according to a new study.

CPA Group’s Recognition Program Introduces Students to Accounting

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A new recognition program from the American Institute of CPAs and NAF aims to get more high schools students interested in an accounting career. To get the best and brightest talent, the industry needs to start recruiting students early, Drumgo said. “So

Associations at Odds Over Proposed Massachusetts Ban on Noncompete Clauses

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61 % The increase in court decisions regarding noncompete agreements between 2002 and 2012, according to a study conducted for the Wall Street Journal by the law firm Beck Reed Riden LLP.

Big Data: Big Headache or Big Opportunity for Associations?

Association Adviser

As best-selling author and product innovation expert Tony Ulwick explained at last week’s Innova-Con 2014 conference in New York, don’t ask customers or members what they want in a product, ask them what types of “jobs” they need to have done better. It’s also a great member benefit and new member recruiting tool. Eckert, who co-authored the 2012 book From Insight to Action: Six New Ways to Lead with Jean Frankel. Hank Berkowitz, Association Adviser.