Impact Archive

07 Oct, 2017

IMPACT

Impact Archive

June 16, 2022

Companies Prepare for Court to Strike Down Roe v. Wade

June 16, 2022

While the news media waits to see how corporate America will react to changes in abortion laws, few firms are viewing the expected demise of Roe v. Wade as an opportunity to hold a press conference or issue a public statement. Council President Doug Pinkham looks at what companies are already doing and factors to consider before speaking out or taking action.

June 16, 2022

After watching more than a handful of Republican and Democratic incumbents struggle or even lose their primaries, it might be easy to assume that voters are poised to punish candidates from both parties in November. Nathan Gonzales explains why you shouldn’t assume we’re in for a “throw the bums out” election.

June 16, 2022

From White House intern to National Guard member after 9/11 to state and local advocacy leader, AIA’s senior director of advocacy capacity development has had a fascinating career. Learn how Gray was inspired by his grandmother, and how he helped her early in his career at the White House.

June 16, 2022

There’s much to celebrate during Pride month, including the continued evidence that inclusion of LGBTQ people in the workplace is good for business. Despite this, members of the community report struggling to be accepted in their workplaces and recognized for their efforts. Read on for why this disconnect persists and the role of business and the media.

June 16, 2022

What was appropriate for the office was already becoming more casual before the pandemic, a process that working from home accelerated. But as we return to offices and in-person meetings, is it wise for public affairs professionals to ditch the power suits and dresses altogether?

June 16, 2022

Best-selling author Stephen King shares common-sense writing tips in his new memoir, asking us to stop already with the self-conscious pursuit of colorful synonyms and annoying phrases. Keep reading for an excellent example of how to write in the active voice rather than the passive.

June 16, 2022

The Council’s job board is the place to find public affairs jobs from around the world and across industries. This issue we spotlight jobs across the field, from PAC management to digital marketing to grassroots.

May 19, 2022

Nathan Gonzales on the Five Races to Watch for a GOP Wave

May 19, 2022

People are leaving their jobs in search of something better, and it’s not always about more money. Read on for how to make your work culture satisfying and stimulating, and how smart companies are enticing women who left the workforce during the pandemic to come back.