February 24, 2020

A Few More Days to Get Staffing Benchmarks and Projections

The quarterly ASA Staffing Employment and Sales Survey for the fourth quarter of 2019 will now close on Thursday, Feb. 27. Participate in the brief survey and compare how your company is doing with similar-sized companies, firms within your industry sector, and projections for this year’s first quarter and the full year. After completing the survey, you will have access to an exclusive archive of reports on the results, enhanced with graphs.

Register to take the survey at americanstaffing.net/quarterly-survey. If you have questions or did not receive a survey link, email research@americanstaffing.net. There are no fees to participate.

Business Activity Contracts for the First Time Since October 2013
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Falling Fuel Costs Buoy U.S. Consumers
The Spread of Salary History Bans and What It Means for Employers
Can You Suspend an Employee Without Pay for a Full Workweek Because of Performance Issues?
Pittsburgh Extends Paid Sick Leave to Employees, Differing From Philadelphia Law in Key Ways
Washington, DC, Employers Risk Fines for Failing to Comply With Paid Family Leave Notice Requirements
AI Is the Next Workplace Disrupter—and It’s Coming for High-Skilled Jobs
CFOs Adapt to Workers Negotiating for Higher Pay

Upcoming Events

Free ASA Webinar Tomorrow—Making the Most of LinkedIn

Don’t miss tomorrow’s ASA webinar “LinkedIn Best Practices: Answering the Top Staffing Questions,” 3–4 p.m. Eastern time. Get tips on using LinkedIn to its full extent with tools such as sponsored posts, targeted ads, and live video.

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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Register Today for the ASA Staffing Law Conference

The 2020 ASA Staffing Law Conference takes place May 7–8 at the Grand Hyatt Washington in Washington, DC. The conference will feature discussions of such topics as immigration enforcement, electronic data security, and marijuana regulations—plus a special session with political analyst Charlie Cook on how the 2020 elections could affect business.

This is the only event dedicated to the legal and regulatory issues facing staffing companies. ASA-certified professionals can earn up to 8.5 continuing education hours (including 7.0 legal CE) by participating in the conference. Get the details at staffinglawconference.net, and register by March 20 to get the best rate available.

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