Latest salary survey shows 5.5 percent gain in median base-plus-bonus pay for association execs, 5.7 percent at professional societies.
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A growing list of associations are suspending or reassessing political spending after the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
The pandemic will continue to impact events, advocacy and the workplace
CEO Update's exclusive report details the salaries of 200 senior executives who top the pay scales for non-CEO roles. Minimum to make the list: Earn more than $622,000 during the tax years of 2018 or 2019. The analysis also shows a hefty median increase in base and bonus pay. Next year's 2020 disclosures will likely look much different.
Associations that didn’t have remote-work policies before the pandemic—or had informal policies—are developing robust policies now, said Mindy Saffer, managing principal at the real estate firm Cresa. Although there’s no one-size-fits-all solution, many associations will allow greater flexibility for employees regarding the days and times they are at the office.
Pandemic prompts lasting office changes.
Financial metrics may have suffered, but boards will look for response to pandemic, racial equity, digital strategy.
With member engagement rates high for virtual events, associations set backup plans for spring fly-ins.
Data ethics discussion at tech conference includes warnings about introducing bias when making recommendations to website users.
National Association of Manufacturers CEO went step further than most, calling for President Trump’s possible removal from office.