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ASA Launches Its 2020 Awards Season


Submissions for National Staffing Employee of the Year, ASA Elevate Awards Being Accepted Through May 1

The American Staffing Association is now accepting submissions for its prestigious professional recognition programs—National Staffing Employee of the Year and ASA Elevate Awards.

The deadline for all ASA award program submissions is May 1.

  • NSEYNational Staffing Employee of the Year: Celebrates temporary and contract employees who are outstanding performers and exemplify the promise of staffing employment. Finalists, called “All-Stars,” are also recognized—if merited—in five industry sectors: health care; industrial; office–clerical and administrative; professional?managerial; and engineering, information technology, and scientific. To qualify for nomination, the employee must have worked through an ASA member staffing agency some time since May 1, 2019. This awards program is sponsored by StaffPRO3, a division of PMC Insurance Group.Elevate Award
  • ASA Elevate Awards: Honors outstanding, innovative, and effective work-based learning programs that train, reskill, and upskill temporary and contract employees.

There are no fees to enter the ASA awards programs, and completion of a short online form is required.

Winners are celebrated during Staffing World® 2020, Oct. 20–22 in Nashville, TN; featured in ASA publications; and spotlighted on the ASA website, in national news media outreach, and in social media campaigns. Recipients can promote their accomplishments by using special award logos, template news releases, and more.

The ASA Care Awards are now being held on a biennial basis and are on hiatus in 2020.

To learn more about and apply either of these awards programs, visit

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