The next few weeks will be full of free education from ASA. These upcoming ASA webinars can help you improve your workplace culture, protect your firm against costly legal mistakes, and more.
July 11—”Staffing STATS—Quarterly Data-Centric Webinar Series”
Get timely data and hear a reliable analysis of industry research and economic trends based on ASA research and surveys from other industry sources.
July 13—”The THC Dilemma: Drug Testing Policies in the Age of Marijuana Legalization”
With many municipalities passing laws to protect job applicants and employees for off-duty marijuana use, developing a drug testing policy that balances client demands, safety concerns, and employee rights is more challenging than ever. Attorney Joanna Monroe of Staffing GC will offer guidance on updating your firm’s drug testing policies. Sponsored by Staffing GC.
July 18—”Creating a Workplace Culture of Safety and Belonging”
Leadership development specialist David Cory will explain the relationship between diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace, psychological safety, and emotional intelligence—and how you can create a safe workplace culture.
July 19—”Diving in D.E.E.P.”
ASA first vice chair Joanie Bily discusses the career planning strategies outlined in her book Dive in D.E.E.P. and explains how you can live the life you desire and deserve. Presented by the ASA Women in Leadership interest group, which is sponsored by ASA corporate partners Bullhorn, ClearlyRated, and Essential StaffCARE, and by Assurance, ClearEdge Marketing, Mee Derby, Sense, Textkernel, WorkLlama, and WorkN.
July 25—”Mountains Out of Molehills: How Small Problems Can Escalate for Staffing Companies in California”
The requirements of the California Labor Code can be confusing for employers, and mistakes can lead to costly lawsuits under the state’s Private Attorneys General Act. Hear from attorneys Anthony Sbardellati and Nancy Sotomayor of Akerman LLP on common compliance issues and how you can avoid them.
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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