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Employment Trends in the A/E Industry – How to Succeed in an Increasingly Tight Labor Market

When:
Thursday, June 15, 2017 02:00 AM - 03:00 AM Pacific Time
Product:
BQE
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The Great Recession has been replaced by The War for Talent. This presentation describes current employment trends in the A/E industry and what your firm needs to do to succeed in an environment of an increasingly tight labor pool.

Join Dave Burstein, Senior Principal with PSMJ Resources, Inc., the nation's largest provider of management information to the engineering/architectural professions, on Thursday, June 15th for a 45-minute webinar followed by a Q&A session as he shares current trends in A/E/C industry as they pertain to employment, compensation and bonuses, benefits and the effect of President Trump’s policies on the A/E/C industry.

Who should attend?
This webinar is designed for principals, partners, firm owners, project managers, and anyone who is concerned with the kind of workforce your firm will need in the future.

Join us for this free webinar, or simply sign up to receive the recording emailed to you so you can view it at the time most convenient for you.

  • Compensation trends
  • The effect that President Trump is already having on the A/E/C industry
  • Trends in employee benefits
  • Current employment trends in the A/E/C industry
  • Trends in performance bonuses
Presenter:
Dave Burstein

Dave Burstein

Senior Principal
PSMJ Resources, Inc.

David Burstein is a Senior Principal with PSMJ Resources, Inc., the nation's largest provider of management information to the engineering/architectural professions. As part of his responsibilities, he provides consulting and training services on the subjects of strategic planning, marketing, project management, human resources, quality, finance and ownership transition. Prior to joining PSMJ, Dave worked for 26 years at Parsons Corporation, one of the world's largest and most respected engineering-construction firms. During his tenure at Parsons, Dave held a variety of responsible positions including President of Parsons 1,600-person environmental subsidiary and President of Parsons 120-person planning subsidiary.