June 29, 2023

Staffing World: ‘There’s Something for Everyone’—Register Today

“There’s something for everyone.” That’s what DeLibra Wesley, founder and chief executive officer of National Recruiting Consultants, says about the industry’s premier learning and networking event—Staffing World®, the ASA annual convention and expo.

Whether you’re a recruiter, human resource professional, or business owner, you’ll find valuable insights, networking opportunities, and inspiration to accelerate your firm’s growth at Staffing World 2023, Oct. 3–5 at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, NC. Watch a video about this year’s event, peruse the session descriptions for more than 30 sessions in 12 major content categories, and register today at staffingworld.net to get the lowest rate available.

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Illinois Day and Temporary Labor Services Act Amendments Scheduled to go Into Effect July 1

HB 2862, which amends the Illinois Day and Temporary Labor Services Act, passed the Illinois legislature earlier this month and is on Gov. J. B. Pritzker’s desk awaiting signature. The amendments are scheduled to take effect July 1. Although ASA advocacy secured significant improvements in the bill that will reduce the administrative burden on staffing agencies, the new law will, among other things, require them to provide pay to their temporary employees who have worked more than 90 calendar days that is the same as or similar to pay and benefits paid to client employees working similar jobs. ASA has asked that those provisions be delayed until final rules are issued. In the meantime, however, staffing agencies will be expected to make good faith efforts to comply.

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The Latest From Your Colleagues on ASA Central

ASA Central—the dynamic online community just for staffing professionals—is home to more than 27,000 staffing professional profiles and countless ongoing industry conversations.

This week, take a look at your colleagues’ discussions and some of the blogs they’ve posted on ASA Central:

Get involved with the community—update your profile today so you can network with colleagues, join a section community, recommend and comment on your colleagues’ posts, and share your own blog or discussion post. Log in to ASA Central now.

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