October 31, 2023

Volunteer With ASA—Applications Due Today

ASA is currently seeking dedicated members to serve on volunteer committees and councils—but today is the last day to submit an application. Apply for a volunteer opportunity to work directly with other members, learn about workforce trends and best practices, and build on your experience to become a thought leader with the association.

ASA needs your skills, insight, and unique perspective so it can continue to provide timely, valuable resources to members. Log in to ASA Central and visit the volunteer page to find an opportunity that fits your interests.

Insperity Announces Third Quarter Results
Kforce Reports Third Quarter 2023 Revenue
Consumer Confidence Fell Again in October
Tepid Texas Manufacturing Recovery Continues
Worker Compensation Posts Big Gain for Ninth Quarter in a Row as Unions Flex Muscles
UAW Reaches Deal With GM, Ending Strike Against Detroit Automakers
Antitrust for HR Professionals
Managing the Employment Relationship in New York
New York City Safe and Sick Time Act Regulations Take Effect
Hiring and Wage and Hour Law in Wisconsin
The Great Shift? As Job Openings, Quits Taper Off, Power Shifts From Workers to Employers
U.S. Tech Leaders Concerned About AI Skills Shortage

Upcoming Events

Free ASA Webinar Today—Legislation on Employee Benefits

Don’t miss the ASA webinar “How Proposed State Laws Could Affect Employer-Sponsored Employee Benefits.” It takes place today from 2 to 3 p.m. Eastern time. Miller & Chevalier attorneys Joanne Roskey and Dawn Murphy-Johnson will look at new and proposed state legislation relating to employee benefits and employer-sponsored retirement and health insurance plans. They’ll explain the developments and discuss the legal implications of these laws for employers and employees. Sponsored by Miller & Chevalier.

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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Embracing Tech for Form I-9 Compliance—Read Staffing Success Magazine

In the past, employers were required to verify the identity and work authorization of their employees through physical document inspection. But new regulations (and new technologies) are modernizing the process, making it simpler, more accurate, and adaptable. In the September–October issue of Staffing Success magazine, learn about the alternative document examination option and find out about some new technological options for Form I-9 compliance.

Access the current issue and back issues of Staffing Success, and other ASA digital publications, at americanstaffing.net/digital.

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