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Learn About the Newest Professional Development Program From ASA—Staffing Pro Stacks

Last week ASA announced its new professional development program, Staffing Pro Stacks—an effective way to get your firm on an upward trajectory in just nine weeks.

This intensive credentialing program has been designed by the best trainers in the industry to address the specific pain points you and your company are struggling with. There are three programs—focused on Sales, Recruiting, and Leadership. Complete one, two, or all three programs and stack your knowledge for maximum success. Additional programs will be released in the coming year. Find out more at

Get Strategies for Avoiding the Courthouse at the ASA Staffing Law & Compliance Conference

Beyond addressing the current employment law landscape, compliance risks, and the potential claims employers want to avoid, a session at the ASA Staffing Law & Compliance Conference will focus on what to do should a legal issue arise—and strategies for avoiding the courthouse.

Presenters Sarah Kroll-Rosenbaum, Esq., of Akerman LLP; Collin Williams, Esq., of New Era ADR; and Vanessa Williams, Esq., of Kelly are top litigation and alternative dispute resolution legal experts, as well as chief legal officers, and they know first-hand how to avoid costly legal battles through proactive defense, including arbitration agreements, class action waivers, and more.

The 2024 ASA Staffing Law & Compliance Conference is not just for lawyers—programming is designed for staffing firm owners and executives, human resource professionals, compliance managers, recruiters, and attorneys. It takes place May 16–17 at the Westin Washington, DC, Downtown in Washington, DC. Visit to register at the best rates available.

ASA Workforce Monitor: Many Americans Prefer Hybrid or In-Person Schedule

According to the latest ASA Workforce Monitor® survey, commissioned by ASA and conducted online by The Harris Poll, 68% of Americans prefer a hybrid or in-person work schedule.

As companies around the country debate returning to the office, 39% of Americans said that hybrid—a mix of in-person and remote work—was their ideal work schedule. Nearly 32% preferred a fully remote schedule, while 29% of Americans said their ideal work schedule was a full return to the office.

The same study also found that 43% of U.S. workers say they are burnt out at their job right now, with nearly half (47%) hesitant to discuss burnout with their boss.

“The question of whether employees should work fully in person, fully remote, or on a hybrid schedule has been a top issue facing organizations across America since the pandemic triggered a workplace revolution four years ago,” says Richard Wahlquist, chief executive officer at ASA. “While some predicted the end of in-person work, the survey found that half of U.S. employees currently work 100% in person. Employees’ attitudes are changing, with 68% of U.S. workers now stating that they prefer a hybrid or in-person schedule.”