ASA Honors Best Corporate Social Responsibility Programs of the Year


The American Staffing Association recognized member companies with ASA Care Awards for exceptional corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives. The winners will be formally honored during Staffing World 2016, the annual ASA convention and expo, in San Diego.

“More and more staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions companies are embracing CSR because of the many benefits of these programs to serving their communities and advancing their business objectives,” said Richard Wahlquist, ASA president and chief executive officer. “ASA congratulates the 2016 ASA Care Award honorees and all staffing firms that have launched CSR programs in their organizations.”

A panel of independent CSR specialists selected winners and honorable mention distinctions in six award categories:

Staffing Companies With More Than $100 Million in Annual Sales
Randstad US, “Hire Hope”—ASA Care Award
Integrity Staffing Solutions, “Integrity Staffing Solutions Supports Jobs for Kentucky’s Graduates”—honorable mention
Roth Staffing Cos., “Purpose:full”—honorable mention

Staffing Companies With $25 Million–$100 Million in Annual Sales
LaSalle Network, “Community Champions”—ASA Care Award
SEEK Careers/Staffing, “Project Reboot”—honorable mention

Staffing Companies With $7.5 Million–$25 Million in Annual Sales
Associated Staffing Inc., “Associated Staffing: Making Our Mark”—ASA Care Award

Staffing Companies With Less Than $7.5 Million in Annual Sales
Employment Edge Staffing, “Workforce Development Initiative”—ASA Care Award
Milliner & Associates, “Mentoring Today’s Youth for Tomorrow’s Leaders”—honorable mention

Associate Members
Tricom, “It’s About the Kids”—ASA Care Award
Avionté, “Avionté Hope Foundations”—honorable mention

Affiliated Chapters
Georgia Staffing Association, “GSA Gives Back”—honorable mention

For more information about the ASA Care Awards program, visit

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