National Staffing Employee of the Year

The annual National Staffing Employee of the Year program honors a current or former temporary or contract employee with an extraordinary story of staffing success and who best exemplifies one or more of the industry's key messages of bridge and flexibility.

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PMC InsuranceThe National Staffing Employee of the Year and his or her member agency will be announced to ASA members, the public, and the news media during National Staffing Employee Week, Sept. 12–18 and will be recognized at an award ceremony during Staffing World 2023, Oct. 3–5 in NC, Charlotte.

ASA also recognizes finalists—if merited—in each industry sector: health care; industrial; office-clerical and administrative; professional-managerial; and engineering, information technology, and scientific

Nominations for the 2025 National Staffing Employee of the Year and All-Stars will open in early 2024.

Watch videos that share the extraordinary success stories of former National Staffing Employee of the Year winners and All-Stars.

NSEY Award


The deadline for submission National Staffing Employee of the Year nominations has now passed. Want help in preparing your nomination(s)? Download the tips sheet.

Star Treatment for Your Staffing Star

Being selected as the ASA National Staffing Employee of the Year is a high honor. These are some of the benefits of winning:

Eligibility Requirements

  • The ASA National Staffing Employee of the Year program is open to active ASA member agencies and branches.
  • Member staffing agencies are free to nominate more than one temporary or contract employee.
  • To qualify for nomination, the temporary or contract employee must have worked through the member agency sometime since May 1, 2022.
  • ASA must be able to disclose the name of the client company where your nominee works or worked in ASA publications, on the ASA website, and in other promotional materials, including a news release about the National Staffing Employee of the Year, Staffing Success cover story, and via social media. It is the responsibility of your company to gain permission from your client company to disclose its name. Please refrain from nominating an employee if you cannot guarantee that ASA can publish this information.
  • Your staffing agency must confirm that the nominee understands that he or she will serve as a “face” of the staffing industry, and may be required to participate in a photo and video shoot (in his or her hometown) for public relations purposes..

Frequently Asked Questions