Federal Agencies Urged to Cancel Their Washington Post and New York Times Subscriptions

Moery Company

Recent news of federal agencies being urged to cancel their Washington Post and New York Times subscriptions could have a huge impact on the associations that advertise in the special edition publications. The White House is urging all federal agencies to cancel their subscriptions to The New York Times and the Washington Post. The post Federal Agencies Urged to Cancel Their Washington Post and New York Times Subscriptions appeared first on The Moery Company.

Statement On The Launch Of The New York Coalition For Independent Work


Internet Association is pleased to join efforts with the New York Coalition for Independent Work to advocate for a legislative framework that continues to provide New Yorkers a high level of autonomy, flexibility, and the right to choose when, how, and where they earn an income.”.


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Beekeeping, With Associations’ Help, Takes New York City By Swarm

Associations Now

Among the many things buzzing through New York City—yellow cabs, fast walkers, cyclists—are lots of bees and multiple beekeeping associations. “Tending beehives on top of New York City and other urban areas is nothing new. However, there has been something of a renaissance in the past five to eight years and it has gained great popularity,” New York City Beekeepers Association President Andrew Coté explained in comments to Reuters.

On the Runway: Lessons From New York Fashion Week

Associations Now

What the recently wrapped New York Fashion Week can teach meeting planners about creating experiences, experimenting, and getting the next generation involved. If you’re familiar with fashion, you know these three collections were on the runway at New York Fashion Week (NYFW), which wrapped up a day or so ago. Open, the New York City Marathon, or the 2014 Super Bowl.

A CHRO’s Perspective on Substance Use in the Workplace: Supportive Strategies to Help Your Workforce Thrive

Speaker: Smita Das, MD, PhD, MPH, Medical Director, Psychiatry and Naj Wright, MBA, C-Suite HR Executive

Through advances in technology and access to care, managers can be empowered to serve as the front line of defense to help identify employee AUD and SUD concerns before they escalate. Understanding AUD and SUD, and providing tools for your workforce to overcome the challenges that they pose, is key to fostering strong mental health at work. Join us for this important how-to discussion.

Statement On The Passage Of Anti-SLAPP Legislation In New York State


Mizz Information: New York Times and Other Excitement

Mizz Information

New York Times and Other Excitement. Thanks to the fact that my friend Tonia Ries is a rockstar, the story got picked up by the New York Times , so I will now be able to go down in history--much to my mothers chagrin--as the mom who helped her 13 year old lie to get on Facebook. Mizz Information. Wednesday, November 16, 2011. Remember my last post about Klout and privacy issues?

New York Law May Signal Challenges Coming for Airbnb

Associations Now

An agreement with New York City this month removes some liability concerns for Airbnb in its largest market. But New York’s law making short-term rentals illegal could be the opening salvo for opponents elsewhere who say such rentals reduce affordable housing in major cities. The move was the result of a liability shift related to a New York state law that fines parties who rent apartments for less than 3o days—Airbnb’s bread and butter.

Could New York Minimum Wage Boost End Tipping?

Associations Now

one of the highest in the country—has the New York State Restaurant Association suggesting that its members could consider doing away with tips altogether. Could higher wages for tipped workers mean the end of gratuities in New York? That’s one of the dangers that restaurant employees see as New York mandates a new minimum wage for tipped workers. The post Could New York Minimum Wage Boost End Tipping?

Should New York City Cap The Number of Uber Drivers?

Associations Now

After New York City’s mayor and city council dropped legislation that would have put a cap on the number of Uber cars allowed in the city, a number of associations responded with mixed reviews. Uber and other ridesharing companies have the green light, for now, to operate in New York City without any impending restrictions on their companies’ growth. The cap was an attempt to reduce traffic congestion, according to The New York Times.

New York’s E-Prescription Law Keeps Medical Associations Wary

Associations Now

I-STOP, a 2012 law taking effect later this month in New York, will penalize doctors who fail to use e-prescriptions—a replacement for doctors’ handwritten notes that advocates believe can limit the abuse of controlled substances. “When it works, it’s seamless,” New York County Medical Society President Michael T. president of the Medical Society of the State of New York, told the Journal.

New York Nonprofits Face Wave of Changes with Revitalization Act

Associations Now

Changes are coming to the nonprofit landscape in New York. The Nonprofit Revitalization Act introduces the first major overhaul of New York’s nonprofit laws in nearly half a century. Loson said the most complicated provisions involve a new requirement that prohibits employees from serving as chair on a board of directors—which means no more board chairs who also serve as chief staff executive and receive compensation from the organization—and new auditing procedures.

New York City Taxi Drivers Launch Association in Response to Uber

Associations Now

Uber pulled out of San Antonio—the country’s seventh-most-populous city, which also has the fastest-growing millennial population —in April after the city council imposed new regulations on all ride-sharing companies, including mandating the fingerprinting of drivers. Both Lyft and Uber have submitted proposals to return to San Antonio, with each company proposing work-arounds to the new background checks. Uber Has a History of Fighting Regulation. It’s not a bluff.

Nonprofit Donor Transparency Law Raises Concerns in New York

Associations Now

Nonprofit groups focused on hot-button issues like abortion and gay marriage are pushing for exemptions from New York State’s transparency law that requires them to release the names of their donors. Debate is heating up over which nonprofits will be exempted from disclosing the names of donors as New York state’s law requires, according to The New York Times.

New York Sheriffs’ Association: Federal Immigration Detainers Aren’t Enough

Associations Now

With a mounting number of rulings stating that holding someone who has been arrested and jailed for extra time to allow for an immigration check is a Fourth Amendment violation, the New York State Sheriffs’ Association has encouraged its members to disregard federal detainers—unless they come with a signed warrant. No New Yorker should ever be imprisoned unless there is a warrant for his arrest or a judge has reviewed his case.

Mizz Information: BlogWorld Expo New York Recap

Mizz Information

BlogWorld Expo New York Recap. Mizz Information. Thursday, May 26, 2011. It has been a whirlwind few days in my world, to say the least. Last Thursday I participated in BlogWorld s Twitter party in an attempt to win a pass to BlogWorld NYC. By some miracle--ok, actually because I can Google answers to trivia questions like nobodys business-- I won a two-day pass to the conference. Which started Tuesday.

Mixed Support for New York City’s New Sodium Warning

Associations Now

When New York City became the first place in the country to require chain restaurants to post a warning next to high-sodium items, a number of associations came out both for and against the new rule. On December 1, New York City became the first city in the U.S. But if the National Restaurant Association gets its way, the new warning labels won’t be around for long. Bassett said the “icons will help New Yorkers make more informed choices when dining out.”

How The New York Times Turned Unsolicited Donations Into a Successful Program

Associations Now

For slightly more than a month, The New York Times has been asking its subscribers for a little help in donating subscriptions to U.S. The post How The New York Times Turned Unsolicited Donations Into a Successful Program appeared first on Associations Now The Times used its readers’ interest in expanding access to good journalism to help buoy its ongoing educational programs. Its “sponsor a subscription” program has received enough funds to offer 1.3

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and New York SHIELD Act for Associations, Nonprofits, and Other 501(c) Organizations


Most recently, California and New York have expanded their data privacy protections by enacting the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and New York’s Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security (SHIELD) Act. New York’s Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security (SHIELD) Act amends the state’s current data breach notification law to better protect New York residents from data breaches of their private information.

Bill Introduced to Overhaul Nonprofit Laws in New York

Associations Now

The product of more than a year of deliberations led by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, the Nonprofit Revitalization Act and the Executive Compensation Reform Act represent the first major reforms to the state’s nonprofit laws in 40 years. New York lawmakers introduced two pieces of legislation last week that they say would improve governance and oversight of the state’s tax-exempt community and rein in excessive compensation for top charity executives.

New York Times and Paid Content

High Context

The New York Times has announced a new paid content model for their online content. They are not offering anything new to their best prospects, they are removing what draws them in the first place It is also rather complicated which will suppress sales a bit. Why not offer new value to your most voracious online readers and charge for that? Use what you have to create new offerings that you’ve never provided before but can scale in the online world.

New York City’s “Bloomberg Soda Ban” Dies With Appeals Court Ruling

Associations Now

While the large-soda ban is out of the picture in New York City, the beverage industry still could face a set of regulatory challenges. Affirming two lower court decisions, New York’s highest court invalidated a New York City regulation limiting the size of soda containers sold at restaurants. In New York Statewide Coalition of Hispanic Chambers of Commerce v. The Next Soda-Wars Front?

Quiet: An Association Mavens Interview with New York Times Bestselling Author Susan Cain

Association Mavens

The post Quiet: An Association Mavens Interview with New York Times Bestselling Author Susan Cain appeared first on Association Strategies, Association Videos | Association Mavens. We’ve dramatically undervalued introverts in our society and don’t truly understand how much we lose in doing so. Susan Cain , NYT bestselling author of Quiet , charts the rise of the Extrovert Ideal in the twentieth century and explores its far-reaching effects.

Make Your Exhibitor Marketing Campaign a Success

Association Adviser

Features event marketing exhibitor marketing marketing plan New York State Association of Fire Chiefs non-dues revenue stewardship Planning your association’s exhibitor marketing is a surefire way to increase non-dues revenue because it forces your staff to carefully consider the exhibitor experience and improve upon it. For more about this topic, click on the headline.

Statistical Association Teams With New York Times on Data Literacy Feature

Associations Now

American Statistical Association members will assist the newspaper in publishing a new monthly feature for students called “What’s Going On in This Graph?” If it’s not so hot, a new feature in The New York Times might help you. This week, the American Statistical Association (ASA) announced a new collaboration with the paper on a monthly feature they call “What’s Going On in This Graph?”

Why ‘giving back’ isn’t what you need from volunteers

Aaron Wolowiec

Last week, Taproot Foundation founder Aaron Hurst pointed to an underlying issue in volunteering that speaks to the problems associations may struggle with: In an essay for the New York Times, he wrote that many volunteers are doing so because they lack a sense of purpose in their own work. Associations Best Practices Aaron Hurst ASAE associations Associations Now Decision to Volunteer Survey give back Mark Athitakis New York Times Taproot Foundation

Condo And Coop Owners Must Enforce Rules To Keep Buildings COVID-Safe (NY)

All the Blogs

New York has done a good job to flatten the curve and many of us are wearing masks but disciplined behavior is sometimes hard to maintain and nowhere is this more apparent than in condos and co-ops. Read the article…………………… Coronavirus (COVID-19) New York Condo, Co-op & HOA NewsWe’re only human, doing our best to live by best practices as the coronavirus pandemic wears on.

Coping with Corona: Two Managers on How the Pandemic is Impacting Their Work (NY)

All the Blogs

As grim daily reports rolled in from China, Italy, and other hard-hit countries, Americans—and perhaps in particular New Yorkers, those most intrepid of city dwellers—watched from afar as COVID-19 closed down entire nations. It seemed to come out of nowhere, and hit the city like a whirlwind.

Co-op and Condo Gyms Free to Reopen at Last (NY)

All the Blogs

For fitness buffs and for people who simply need some exercise after being cooped up in their apartments for the past six months, the city has finally granted its long-awaited approval for the reopening of gyms in co-ops and condominiums. Read the article…………………………… Coronavirus (COVID-19) New York Condo, Co-op & HOA News

House divided: Plaza residents, hotel battle over union labor (NY)

All the Blogs

In a lawsuit filed last week, One Central Park South’s residential board, which represents the Plaza condominiums, alleged that the hotel has stalled and obstructed a nonunion contractor from initiating repairs to a 15th-floor balcony. Read the article……………………………… National Condo & HOA News New York Condo, Co-op & HOA NewsAn internal dispute over union labor at the Plaza has gone public.

Changing the Conversation – Meetings Mean Business

Association Adviser

Events Features Greater New York MPI meetings meetings mean business Roger Dow U.S. Meetings mean relationships, business deals, collaboration and stronger communities. A coalition of industry leaders have joined together to push back against the negative meetings commentary. For more about this topic, click on the headline. Travel Association

Social Distancing in Co-op & Condo Buildings: Living Apart, Together (NY)

All the Blogs

While the majority of apartment dwellers are by nature accustomed to less living space than, say, single-family suburban homeowners, those in denser areas can offset that lack of personal square-footage by living a larger percentage of their lives outside their homes—in restaurants, bars, and public spaces like theatres and concert halls, as well as parks and playgrounds. Read the article……………………… Coronavirus (COVID-19) New York Articles

Two ads define storytelling for associations

SCD Group

The central message of Dell’s new campaign is that Dell is “part of some of the world’s great stories, stories that began much the same way ours did, in a little dorm room, No. Apple ASAE association communications association executives association marketing association membership association storytelling Dell iPAD New York Times SCD Group Some association professionals ask me what I mean by storytelling.

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Failure is good: it's about learning. Mistakes are bad execution

Jamie Notter

On Tuesday, Maddie and I presented at the Blogworld New York conference, along with Amy Sample Ward from NTEN. Failure is when you are trying something new, and you don’t know ahead of time how to make it successful. Some mistakes are simple oversights, some are errors in judgment and some are decisions to try new things that don’t work out. Consulting. Speaking. About. Contact. Generations. Humanize. Books: Jamie Notter.

Football PATs, NASCAR Qualifiers & Hockey Shootouts: Does your association "hit the refresh button" often enough?

SCD Group

The new format will fit neatly into a one-hour TV window. Perhaps there are great reasons why companies put “new & improved” on their products? But we don’t get much change or new & improved in many associations. ASAE association boards association executives association membership NASCAR New York Times NFL NHL PAT SCD Group USA Today Back in September, I wrote, Are You Boring Your Association’s Members?

Mizz Information: Klout Still Suggesting Users Invite Minors

Mizz Information

And how the story made it to the New York Times ? Mizz Information. Tuesday, December 6, 2011. Klout Still Suggesting Users Invite Minors. So remember when I wrote about how Klout had created a profile for my 13 year-old son? And how Klout apologized and "rolled back" the changes, and vowed they had "no interest" in attracting minors to their site, and had supposedly set up some kind of safeguards ensuring that the same thing wouldnt happen again? Well, its happened again.

Will “Subscription Economy” Impact Association Memberships?

SCD Group

The New York Times: Running Faster And Faster To Stay In The Same Place By Matthew Ingram via Gigaom Ingram’s piece focuses on the struggle of The New York Times to increase subscription income – including fees from its online content – to replace “tanking” advertising revenues. New York Times Cigaom Tien Tzou SCD Group association management Kernalmag.com STIAL association executives

Humanizing Business and Helping CFOs with Change

Jamie Notter

The first is a session that I’ll be doing at BlogWorld Expo in New York City , along with my coauthor Maddie Grant and Amy Ward, who is the Membership Director at the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN). Consulting. Speaking. About. Contact. Generations. Humanize. Books: Jamie Notter. Leadership insight.right when you need it. Humanizing Business and Helping CFOs with Change. Posted June 1, 2012. in Announcements , Change , Humanize. Tweet.

Gardian of the Month: Rachel Kuntzsch

Aaron Wolowiec

Check out her tip for balancing work and studying with family time, why the New York Times is her go-to resources and why she feels Spring truly represents her Our Gardian of the Month is Rachel Kuntzsch!

Laggards, Leaders & Associations


New York Times writer Jack Healy wrote a terrific piece Men’s Underwear as an Economic Indicator in which he explores the range of ersatz economic indicators we use to … Continue reading → You are reading Laggards, Leaders & Associations from the Wired 4 Leadership blog. Change Executive Development Leadership Membership Alan Greenspan associations economic downturn economic recovery Jack Healy metrics New York Times performance