The staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industry makes a vital contribution to the U.S. economy, and provides outstanding job and career opportunities for some 11 million employees per year.
Staffing employment eased to a rounded value of 104 in the week of April 11–17. Falling 1.0% from the previous week, the ASA Staffing Index dipped below 105 for the first time since early February.
Your daily source for staffing industry, employment, and economic news as well as legal and legislative updates, Staffing Today delivers critical content on issues that affect your clients, employees, and business operations. ASA members receive the full edition; nonmembers can subscribe to an abbreviated edition.
ASA keeps members informed via email of upcoming legislation and other government action that could impact their businesses, and offers ASA’s guidance on how to influence these issues in their favor and to benefit of the industry. These are a sample of the alerts that go to ASA members.
This group brings visibility to the value of women leaders in the global staffing industry and provides education and support tools to those companies committed to expanding and developing opportunities for diverse and female leaders.
The IDEA Interest Group is meant to foster candid and respectful conversations on the topic of diversity, equity, and inclusion between ASA members who work in inclusion and diversity initiatives in their workplace, and those who are interested in contributing to conversations to help make sustainable change.
ASA has published two papers relating to the business loan programs under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.
With generous support from Essential StaffCARE.
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