August 19, 2020

Network With Women Leaders Next Week—Virtually

Are you figuring out how to juggle child care responsibilities and your career? Looking for ways to balance your home life with your work? Get insight from colleagues in the ASA Women in Leadership interest group during a peer networking call Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2–3 p.m. Eastern time. The session will give you an opportunity to discuss top-of-mind challenges and devise solutions.

Participants should be prepared to share ideas and build new relationships with industry peers. Learn more and register at americanstaffing.net. Thanks to Women in Leadership sponsors Anthem, Assurance, Bullhorn, ClearEdge Marketing, Mee Derby, and WorkN.

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ASA Is Founding Member of WBC Council to Advance Diversity and Inclusion in Staffing

ASA has joined the Women Business Collaborative Staffing Leadership Council as a founding member to accelerate diversity, equity, and inclusion in the staffing and recruiting industry. Other council partners include Staffing Industry Analysts, TechServe Alliance, and executive-level representatives of several staffing and recruiting agencies.

“ASA is delighted to partner with WBC to support the advancement of women into senior positions in the staffing industry,” said Leo Sheridan, ASA chairman of the board and Advance Group president and chief executive officer. “This effort aligns with the association’s ongoing women in leadership initiative. We know that partnerships like this are critical to creating more equitable organizations in staffing.”

The WBC Staffing Leadership Council is concentrating on three key objectives to address issues of gender parity and equity. It is launching its efforts by conducting an industry-wide survey to understand the social identities among women in staffing. The analyzed results will be used to help improve the representation of women in leadership roles in staffing.

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