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Published Thursday, July 14, 2016
Many new directors come from business backgrounds where they are continually challenged to increase sales and profit. They naturally think that this is one of the roles they are going to play on the club board. As they start out, they want to share their expertise to help grow the club, suggesting “new” ideas like membership advertising, to-go more»
Published Thursday, July 14, 2016
In reviewing financing for proposed capital expenditure projects, clubs consider the following alternatives: Finance from operations. Those fortunate clubs that have funds available from operations for capital expenditure projects can use this most favorable option. Usually, this is not the case. Assess the membership. The capital expenditure or more»
Published Monday, July 11, 2016
Here is NCA’s look at what is happening on Capitol Hill with the issues affecting private clubs. The Donald on the Hill Last Thursday, an NCA member, the Capitol Hill Club, was the venue for a private meeting between the presumptive Republican Presidential Nominee, Donald Trump, and House Republicans. As you could imagine, the meeting was one of more»
Published Friday, July 1, 2016
Featured Articles Member Discipline Guidelines How to respond when members misbehave Danger: Service Charges and Tipping Policies How to minimize and avoid risk in private club operations Club Safety Compliance and Best Practices Does your club protect its employees? Navigating the H-2B Visa Landscape Learn how to fill your seasonal staffing more»
Published Friday, July 1, 2016
Yesterday, a decision by a U.S. District judge in Texas put the Department of Labor’s (DOL’s) Persuader Rule on hold for all 50 states, giving clubs a much needed respite from the rule’s impact. The rule requires both employers and attorneys (or other advisors) hired during a union organizing campaign to file new disclosure reports with more»
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