In the News Archive

(from Fortune) A majority of adults value a company’s culture above salary in regard to job satisfaction, according to a recent survey from Glassdoor. The survey indicated that 70% of job seekers would not apply to a company ...
(From Fisher Phillips) The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is paying additional attention to equal pay issue as reflected in its recent actions to sue employers in cases where businesses may have failed to ...
(From FEI) For companies born in the digital era, technological innovation is vital to informing organizations’ strategic visions and providing world-class services. The role of financial executives is becoming increasingly ...

College Curriculum Shake Ups

(From Inside Higher Ed) Guilford College in North Carolina is launching major changes to its academic calendar and curriculum in an effort to forestall its enrollment decline. Guilford’s new calendar creates an interdisciplinary, ...
(From The NonProfit Times) The nonprofit sector could be losing almost $100 million in donations through email appeals because of spam, according to a recent study by Every Action. Although the estimated average spam rate ...
(From Nashville Business Journal) Maintaining your relationship with your auditors throughout the year can help alleviate any hardships, including time constraints, during the year-end audit process, says Cynthia Morgan, ...
(From Forbes) For many families, the question of which school their child should attend continues to be a difficult one, but a growing trend among wealthy parents indicates public schools may have the competitive advantage, ...

College Counseling Crisis?

(from Inside Higher Ed) Recent college admissions scandals have revealed the extremities to which some parents of independent school students will go to secure college placement for their children. The long-term effects ...
(From SHRM) Employees may not realize they can save their HSA balances for expenses in retirement, according to a study by the Employee Benefit Research Institute. The findings show that only 7% of HSA-holders report that ...
(From Hechinger Report) Recent evidence indicates that technology in schools isn’t boosting student achievement. The Reboot Foundation has shown a negative tie between the use of tablets in schools and fourth- and eighth-grade ...