The next few weeks will be full of free education from ASA. These upcoming ASA webinars can help you protect your business, understand industry trends, and more.
Sept. 6—”Tax Legislative Update“
Hear about the potential for bipartisan tax legislation later this year and get a preview of how the results of the 2022 midterm elections could affect tax legislation and congressional tax-writing committees. Sponsored by Miller & Chevalier Chartered.
Sept. 8—”Preventing and Handling Harassment Claims in Accordance With EEOC Guidance“
Learn the steps staffing agencies should take to prevent harassment in the workplace; handle harassment complaints; and position themselves to build a positive company culture, attract and retain talent, and defend against formal U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charges and lawsuits when necessary. Sponsored by Staffing GC.
Sept. 13—”How to Minimize Risk to Your Staffing Business Before and After a Client’s Bankruptcy“
Find out what you can do to protect your business before a client files bankruptcy and issues to address in the business relationship with clients. Sponsored by Fox Rothschild.
Sept. 22—”ASA State of the Industry Webinar Series—Third Quarter Update for Staffing Professionals“
The third installment of the quarterly webinar series in 2022—presented by ASA and ClearlyRated, the association’s satisfaction survey partner—will offer insight into the most important trends, research, and legislative updates affecting the industry right now. Sponsored by ClearlyRated.
Sept. 27—”The Three Cs of Health Care Staffing: Contracts, Compliance, and Credentialing“
Learn how focusing on risk mitigation and service differentiation—by focusing on contracts, compliance, and credentialing—can help staffing firms succeed in a rapidly evolving and increasingly competitive market. Presented by the ASA health care section.
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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