The National Association of Colleges and Employers is a professional non-profit association whose goal is to support college and university graduates become workforce bound. Their January 2013 “Salary Survey” puts forth great insight regarding the starting salaries of 2012 college grads.
The reported 3.4% increase in starting salaries (compared to 2011) is a slight but significant sign of job market improvement. Take a look at this breakdown:
5.4% increase ($40,668 avg. starting)
4.2% increase ($53,900 avg. starting)
4.1% increase ($43,717 avg. starting)
3.9% increase ($61,913 avg. starting)
- Health Sciences
3.9% increase ($49,196 avg. starting)
- Computer Sciences
3.8% increase ($59,221 avg. starting)
- Math and Sciences
2.7% increase ($42,471 avg. starting)
- Social Sciences
2% increase ($36,988 avg. starting)
L & D Minute
- Professionalism Workshops
So you’ve acquired your talented human capital and they've become acclimated to work tasks. Is that it? Are these employees done learning and developing themselves professionally and personally? Reflect on the recent research as conducted by the NACE. These young professionals enter the workforce with great knowledge and ambition but have much more to learn.
A great way to support the continued development of your exiswting human capital is by providing workshops. Workshops conducted by professionals skilled in a particular area of need or interest can be beneficial to organizational culture and workplace productivity. Professionalism workshops can be particularly enlightening to an organizations employee base.
Professional Workshops that can benefit your organizations??
- Leadership skills
- Professional Ethics
- Meeting Facilitation
- Project Management
- Problem Solving
- Team Success
- Conflict Management
- Effective Listening
The benefits of providing and experiencing real-time workshops are endless. Workshops conducted by professional coaches and consultants can provide . . .
. . . face to face communication that offers a unique exchange of information and ideas
. . . the facilitation of an ideal quantity and quality of information shared and exchanged
. . . instruction on a particular interest or need
. . . an opportunity to build professional relationships
. . . one-on-one teaching and instruction
. . . interaction and learning by example
. . . the opportunity to learn with and from counterparts
. . . opportunity for employees to learn from experts
. . . question and answer correspondence
. . . maximized motivation and participation of attendees
. . . flexibility in length and frequency of activities
. . . applicable themes that build on additional learning needs and interests
. . . professionals with the ability to efficiently determine learning needs, respond and adapt to feedback, and meet the learning needs of the group while supporting the organizations greater interests
Considering the acquisition of professional consultants to help you support the professional development of your human capital? Take a look at what these dynamic Atlanta Area consulting professionals may offer your organization.
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