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Published Tuesday, July 1, 2014
NCA’s recent study about the future of private clubs identified the essential and enduring elements of club membership, particularly safety, family and wellbeing. A resounding 90 percent agreed or strongly agreed the statement: Clubs will increasingly appeal to people as a safe and secure environment. In a time when mass shootings are in the news more»
Published Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Editor’s note: This article is based on the program, “ The Board-CEO Partnership,” presented at the National Club Conference in April. In today’s environment, effective oversight and direction are as important for private clubs as they are for businesses in the corporate world. Often, there are multifaceted concerns in a club more»
Published Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Published Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Summer 2014 VOLUME 32, ISSUE 3 Features Exclusive Interview with Rep. Phil Roe NCA talks with Rep. Phil Roe (R-Tenn.) about vital Congressional issues impacting the club industry including the Affordable Care Act and the recent National Labor Relations Board rulings. Get an insider’s perspective from a significant voice in health care and more»
Published Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Summer 2014 VOLUME 32, ISSUE 3 Features Exclusive Interview with Rep. Phil Roe NCA talks with Rep. Phil Roe (R-Tenn.) about vital Congressional issues impacting the club industry including the Affordable Care Act and the recent National Labor Relations Board rulings. Get an insider’s perspective from a significant voice in health care and more»
Published Tuesday, July 1, 2014
We may be into the “dog days” of summer, but at NCA, our advocacy work on behalf of clubs doesn’t slow down—even when Congress isn’t in session. Established in 1961 to address an attack aimed at the private club industry, more than 50 years later, NCA continues to serve as a strong voice for private clubs on Capitol Hill and in more»
Published Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Q. What is seafood fraud and how might it affect your business? A. Seafood fraud can occur in many different forms, but the most prevalent today is the "bait and switch,” when seafood is intentionally mislabeled. A processor or distributor may swap an expensive species with a cheaper, more abundant one for financial gain. For example, wild salmon and more»
Published Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Q. How do you hold consultants accountable? A. Clubs engage consultants for expertise in a variety of services. The first step is to determine what your club really wants to achieve. Is it realistic? What do you hope to learn or solve? What would success look like? How do you envision the consultant’s role? Will they support your current staff or more»
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