National Staffing Employee Week
National Staffing Employee Week celebrates the contributions of the millions of individuals employed by U.S. staffing firms each week. During this special week, staffing firms from across the nation host special events honoring their greatest asset: their temporary and contract employees.
Message from Richard Wahlquist, ASA President and Chief Executive Officer
A special message from Richard Wahlquist, ASA president and chief executive officer, on the significance of National Staffing Employee Week, why it is important to honor the millions or temporary and contract employees on assignment in the U.S. every day, and the evolution of the National Staffing Employee of the Year program.
ASA wants photos of your National Staffing Employee Week festivities.
National Staffing Employee of the Year
ASA announces the National Staffing Employee of the Year, one outstanding temporary or contract employee chosen from the ranks of member firms, on the first day of National Staffing Employee Week.
This annual program honors a current or former employee who best exemplifies one or more of the staffing industry’s key messages of “bridge” (ability to bridge or transition from temporary to permanent jobs) and “flexibility” (work schedule flexibility).
This year and for the first time, ASA will recognize finalists—if merited—in each industry sector: engineering, information technology, and scientific; health care; industrial; office-clerical and administrative; and professional-managerial. Nominations for the 2016 program are now closed.
Learn more about the National Staffing Employee of the Year program.
View the success stories of recent honorees.
Celebrate National Staffing Employee Week
ASA has developed materials to help members plan their own National Staffing Employee Week festivities.
- NEW: National Staffing Employee Week logos
- Resources to communicate to the news media about National Staffing Employee Week
- Social media content ideas and sample posts
- Celebratory ideas that promise to be a hit with employees