February 19, 2024

ASA Quarterly Survey Closes Friday—Get Free Staffing Employment and Sales Data

Don’t miss your chance to get the staffing and recruiting data you need. The association’s quarterly Staffing Employment and Sales Survey for the fourth quarter of 2023 will close this Friday, Feb. 23. Participate in the survey and compare how your company is doing with similar-sized companies and firms within your industry sector.

After completing the survey, you will be able to access an exclusive online report archive, which includes benchmarks for the number of direct hire searches and permanent placements, sector-specific gross margin trends, and payroll and productivity metrics by company size. Visit americanstaffing.net/quarterly-survey to take the survey today.

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Upcoming Events

At the ASA Staffing Law & Compliance Conference, Learn to Avoid Costly Compliance Challenges

A session at the ASA Staffing Law & Compliance Conference will help staffing firms prepare for potential compliance challenges. The workshop “Top Compliance Issues for Employers and Staffing Firms in 2024,” presented by Sirmara Campbell of LaSalle Network with attorneys Benjamin M. Ebbink of Fisher & Phillips LLP and Michael R. Phillips of McGuire Woods, will address the issues that staffing firms may face in 2024.

Use of artificial intelligence continues to impact the recruiting and hiring process, but legislators and agencies at both the state and federal level are looking to curb its use, creating legal risks and obligations for employers. Meanwhile, the U.S. Department of Justice is investigating staffing firms at an alarming rate for citizenship status discrimination and unfair immigration-related documentary practices. Finally, the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to strike down race-based admissions policies in higher education is impacting private employers’ diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. Learn about each of these critical compliance concerns, what to say to clients, and how to manage both operational excellence and legal compliance in today’s employment and staffing landscape.

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 staffinglawconference.net to register at the best rates available.

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