Staffing & Employment Law

The legal landscape for staffing employees is different in some important ways from the traditional two-party, employer-employee relationship. It’s important to understand the relationships and responsibilities among client, staffing company, and staffing employee, including key concepts such as co-employment. This section offers some summary data and introduces important legal concepts for staffing clients.

Co-Employment: A Critical Concept for Staffing Firms and Their Clients

Staffing employees are employed by a staffing firm but they work for staffing clients. It’s vitally important that both staffing company and client understand their roles and responsibilities with respect to staffing employees. ASA literally wrote the book on this topic.

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Legal Quick Facts for Staffing Clients

Learn the definition of co-employment, find out about important safety and health requirements, learn about benefits liability, and more.

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ASA 2023 Staffing Operations Benchmarks Survey

ASA Workforce MonitorMore than three-quarters of employed U.S. adults (79%) are satisfied with their employers’ pandemic-related return-to-work plans. Download the infographic »

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