If you’re a staffing professional who’s earned the Certified Staffing Professional™ or Technical Services Certified™ credential, this month’s ASA Staffing Law Conference provides a total of 8.25 continuing education hours—the six employment law CE hours you need to maintain your ASA certification, plus 2.25 hours that can be used toward the general CE requirement.
Staffing professionals who have earned the CSP™ and
TSC™ credentials need to recertify every three years by
earning 30 hours of continuing education, six of which must
pertain to employment law. More than 5,000 staffing professionals
have earned the CSP and TSC—to find out about
If you’re an attorney, the Staffing Law Conference may
qualify for continuing legal education. Attorneys interested in
receiving CLE credit for the 2012 ASA Staffing Law Conference
should contact their state bar for consideration. Upon request,
ASA will provide documentation to validate participation in the
The Staffing Law Conference is April 17–18 in Washington,
DC. To learn more and to register, visit
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