How to Get Employer Support for Your APICS Membership
As an APICS member, the knowledge and tools you receive benefit both you AND your employer. So why not ask your employer to help support your professional development? Below are some pointers on how to approach your boss and ask for support for your APICS membership:
Make a case for APICS
Point to examples of how you or your peers have used APICS education to better perform at work. Employers know that a skilled, qualified workforce is the most important investment an organization can make. Be sure your employer knows that APICS is a critical part of making the most out of that investment.
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Point to the bottom line
APICS members save on average 25 percent on educational offerings ranging from books and materials to conferences, courses, exams, and more. If your employer supports any of these professional development initiatives, you can demonstrate the value of APICS members-only savings.
Be current and knowledgeable
APICS membership connects you to the latest industry content and research to help you do your job better—and connects your employer to research, case studies, and best practices.
APICS volunteer activities provide experience and skills you can’t get anywhere else. Learn leadership, strategic thinking, consensus building and more and use those skills on the job.
Access convenient local and global education
APICS offers a variety of educational formats across the globe. Whatever your work schedule or organizational priorities, APICS has educational offerings to help you and your organization improve productivity and achieve your goals.
Join APICS as a group
By supporting more employees, your organization can multiply the benefits and savings of APICS membership. APICS offers a wide variety of group membership and education options.
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