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Survey: Less Than Two in 10 Staffing Executives Are Women

In partnership with the Women Business Collaborative staffing leadership council, ASA today announced the results of the first survey on diversity, inclusion, and equity in the U.S. staffing and recruiting industry. The study, which queried executives in 489 companies, found, in part, that less than 20% of staffing agency executives are women.

The survey also found that a lack of racial diversity exists in the staffing industry, with people of color comprising well under 10% of all staff. The industry has a fair balance of men and women across its workforce, but imbalance occurs as leadership levels increase—with an underrepresentation of women in senior leadership roles.

“ASA is dedicated to advancing diversity and inclusion in the staffing industry—across industries, geographies, and roles, and for both temporary and corporate employees,” said Diana Mertz, ASA senior director member engagement. “The WBC survey is an important benchmark to drive efforts to advance equity for all in the industry.”

Over the next several months the WBC staffing council will release a series of additional insights and observations from the survey. This project will be aligned with the work of the nine WBC action initiatives, which focus on ensuring equal position, pay, and power for all women across all industries and throughout the pipeline.

Free ASA Webinar This Month—The Benefits of ASA Certification

Make this the year you stand out professionally and earn the Certified Staffing Professional®, Technical Services CertifiedSM, Certified Search Consultant®, or Certified Health Care Staffing Professional® credential certification from ASA. Find out how earning your certification can give you a competitive advantage and enhance your value to clients and candidates during the ASA webinar “Gain a Competitive Advantage With ASA Certification.” It takes place Wednesday, March 17, 3–4 p.m. Eastern time. Sponsored by Essential StaffCARE.

All ASA webinars are free for ASA members, and most qualify for continuing education hours toward ASA certification renewal. To learn more and to register, visit

New ASA Legal Line Video for Members: Vaccinating Employees

As Covid-19 vaccines become more widely available, can employers require employees to get vaccinated, or offer incentives to employees who choose to get the vaccine?

The ASA Legal Line monthly video series features a member of the association’s legal team and addresses critical legal, regulatory, and legislative topics that have direct implications for your business. In the latest installment, ASA senior vice president, chief legal and operating officer Stephen Dwyer discusses the legalities regarding Covid-19 vaccinations for employees.

Watch the update and join the conversation on ASA Central.

IRS Provides Guidance for Employers Claiming the Employee Retention Credit for 2020, Including Eligibility Rules for PPP BorrowersM

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U.S. Department of Labor Encourages Industry Employers, Stakeholders to Join OSHA’s National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in ConstructionM

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