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ASA Staffing Connect East and ASA Staffing Connect South Return This Spring


Offer Regional Learning, Networking Opportunities for Staffing Professionals

The American Staffing Association is hosting two regional networking and educational opportunities for professionals in the staffing and recruiting industry—ASA Staffing Connect—this spring. ASA Staffing Connect: East will take place April 22–24 in Charlotte, NC, and ASA Staffing Connect: South May 13–15 in Irving, TX (Dallas–Fort Worth area).

ASA Staffing Connect delivers targeted educational content in two tracks: one designed specifically for owners and c-suite executives and the other for sales, recruiting, and marketing professionals. The events offer multiple opportunities for attendees to network with their peers and participate in sessions led by staffing industry, business, and legal experts on timely topics, such as scaling a business for sustainable growth, automating the recruitment process, preparing for the future of work, navigating the complex staffing-related legal and legislative landscape, and more.

New this year, attendees can choose to attend one of two preconvention sessions—one designed especially for staffing company owners and one for emerging women leaders in the staffing industry.

For ASA-certified professionals, the Staffing Connect events qualify for 8.75 continuing education hours (not including a preconference program) or 11.75 CE hours (including a preconference program) toward maintaining these credentials.

To learn more about ASA Staffing Connect and other upcoming events, visit

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The American Staffing Association is the voice of the U.S. staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industry. ASA and its state affiliates advance the interests of the industry across all sectors through advocacy, research, education, and the promotion of high standards of legal, ethical, and professional practices. For more information about ASA, visit

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