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ASA Honors Best Social Responsibility Programs in Staffing Industry


ASA CARE AwardsThe American Staffing Association recognized staffing agency and industry supplier members with ASA Care Awards for exceptional social responsibility initiatives of 2019. The winners will be recognized during Staffing World® 2019, the annual ASA convention and expo, Oct. 15‒17, in Las Vegas.

2019 ASA Care Award Honorees

Staffing Agencies With More Than $100 Million in Annual Sales
AMN Healthcare, “Guatemala: 2018 Team Hope Mission”—ASA Care Award
Advanced Group, “Diversity and Inclusion Committee”—honorable mention

Staffing Agencies With $25 Million–$100 Million in Annual Sales
Rangam Consultants Inc., “SourceAbled for Neuro-Inclusion in the Workplace”—ASA Care Award
HireLevel, “HireLevel 2nd Chance”—honorable mention

Staffing Agencies With $7.5 Million–$25 Million in Annual Sales
Antenna, “Good Works”—ASA Care Award
Alignstaffing, “AlignHearts”—honorable mention
Gage Personnel, “Gage Giving Program”—honorable mention

Staffing Agencies With Less Than $7.5 Million in Annual Sales
Advent Talent Group, “Breaking Barriers”—ASA Care Award
Hatch Staffing Services, “HatchLIFE”—ASA Care Award
ON ITS AXIS, “ON ITS AXIS ‒ Commitment to Giving”—honorable mention

Associate Members (Industry Suppliers)
Assurance, “Assurance Caring Together”—ASA Care Award
Avionté, “Avionté Hope Foundation”—ASA Care Award

“ASA congratulates the 2019 ASA Care Award honorees for their outstanding social responsibility programs and for being wonderful examples of corporate citizenship in the staffing industry,” said Richard Wahlquist, ASA president and chief executive officer. “These winning programs show how the staffing industry is making a difference in the lives of people and in society, both in the U.S. and around the globe.”

For more information about the ASA Care Awards program, visit

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