August 1, 2022

For ASA Members: New Resource to Help Protect Temporary Workers

The U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, along with ASA and several other partners, recently released a set of new best practices to better protect temporary workers on the job. The new document, Protecting Temporary Workers: Best Practices for Host Employers, provides host employers with detailed best practices for evaluating and addressing workplace safety and health in a written contract; training for temporary workers and their worksite supervisors; and for reporting, response, and recordkeeping for injuries and illness.

The best practices in this new resource are applicable across industries and occupations. The document also includes real-life scenarios of how host employers might implement these best practices, as well as checklists that can be printed or completed electronically. Staffing firms can access a complementary slide deck to educate their host employer clients about these best practices. The document builds on resources developed under the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration Temporary Worker Initiative, launched in 2013. Learn more on the ASA Safety Matters web page.

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Free ASA Webinar Tomorrow—Reimagining Recruiting

The current candidate-driven market demands that recruiters change their approach throughout the search process, or risk being ghosted. Don’t miss the ASA webinar “Reimagining Recruiting.” It takes place tomorrow, Aug. 2, from 2 to 3 p.m. Eastern time. Review best practices in managing the candidate relationship, which will help you reduce the chances of being ghosted. Sponsored by the ASA professional–managerial section.

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 americanstaffing.net.

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Learn How to Manage Remote Work Realities at Staffing World 2022

Staffing World delivers the most comprehensive, diverse, and engaging learning opportunities in the staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industry. The convention, which takes place Oct. 25–27 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, features world-renowned keynote speakers and carefully selected learning sessions, including “Best Practices in Navigating Remote Work.”

During this session, legal experts from Taylor English Duma LLP will review the various regulations that came about during the pandemic and let you know which ones are likely to stick. They will also address all the potential legal pitfalls to be aware of as your firm navigates the new world of remote work. For example, did you know if a worker trips and falls down the stairs at their remote office, there could be workers’ compensation issues? This is one session on the modern workplace that you cannot afford to miss.

Plan to attend the most comprehensive convention and expo in the staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industry. Review the agenda and then register online at staffingworld.net.

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Get Ready for a Staffing Celebration—National Staffing Employee Week Is Sept. 12–18

National Staffing Employee Week, which takes place Sept. 12–18 this year, is an annual event that recognizes the contributions of the millions of people working for U.S. staffing companies.

Is your staffing company ready to celebrate the contributions of your temporary and contract employees? ASA members can access free promotional tools—including commemorative logos, social media posts, media outreach resources, and more—at americanstaffing.net/nsew.

National Staffing Employee Week is also the perfect opportunity to promote the faces of the staffing industry. Download and share real staffing success stories on social media and your digital channels, then get ready to learn who the 2023 National Staffing Employee of the Year and industry sector All-Stars are on Sept. 12.

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