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Published Friday, April 1, 2016
The National Club Association’s Privacy Checklist NCA has developed a checklist that enumerates the various criteria essential to maintaining private status. These criteria are derived from cases at the local, state and federal levels. Following is a summary checklist of the items that have been used by courts in evaluating a club’s private more»
Published Friday, April 1, 2016
As the election season heats up, it’s easy for people involved in club leadership to draw parallels—for better and worse—which begs many at clubs to ask, “Should we use a contested or uncontested method for electing board members?” Choosing an Election Process If given complete authority to design a process for electing the more»
Published Friday, April 1, 2016
Featured Articles Celebrating Historic Club Landmarks What it takes to be listed among our nation's landmarks Golf Course Easements: A Change in Tax View Steps to ensure your easement holds up to IRS scrutiny Agencies Expand Employee Protections Is your club prepared for new DOL, NLRB and EEOC rulings? Departments LEADING Change is Good more»
Published Friday, April 1, 2016
In his 2001 bestseller, Good to Great, Jim Collins wrote why some companies made the leap to great, while many did not. Among others, Collins argued using technology as a primary enabler to accelerate growth. We have come a long way from 2001 and the opportunity for technology to enable businesses has only grown more in the last few years. Recently more»
Published Friday, April 1, 2016
I knock on wood every time I think about how clubs have influenced my life. I grew up in Detroit in its heyday, the 1950s and 60s, when people flocked to the Motor City for jobs either in or relating to the auto industry. In the early 1940s, my father joined the Detroit Athletic Club, the grand old dame on Madison Avenue in downtown Detroit, and the seven more»
Published Friday, April 1, 2016
Private clubs are inextricably connected to the nation’s history. From the country’s founding in which patriots exercised their freedom to associate, to today’s historic golf courses and clubs that are heralded more than a century after their construction, clubs represent a significant part of the American lifestyle. Recognizing the more»
Published Friday, April 1, 2016
A conservation easement is a legal tool originally created for the purpose of protecting and preserving natural landscape and acreage from development. In theory, a landowner agrees to keep a large section of his land free from development and in a natural state in return for some kind of benefit, usually financial. Many government agencies have used this more»
Published Friday, April 1, 2016
During the last few years, clubs have seen increased activity from federal agencies issuing rules and regulations protecting employee rights. The Department of Labor (DOL) announced groundbreaking proposed changes to its exempt employee tests in July 2015, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) attempted to expand sex discrimination protections more»
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