September 14, 2020

Meet the 2021 National Staffing Employee of the Year and Sector All-Stars—It’s National Staffing Employee Week

To kick off National Staffing Employee Week, ASA today announced that contract nurse Linda Cardenas with Assured Healthcare Staffing is the 2021 National Staffing Employee of the Year. ASA also named National Staffing Employee of the Year All-Stars in the five staffing industry sectors.

These announcements mark the beginning of National Staffing Employee Week, Sept. 14–20. The week honors the contributions of millions of temporary and contract employees who work for U.S. staffing and recruiting companies each day.

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New ASA Legal Line Video for Members: IRS Defers Employee Payroll Taxes

PREMISE. QUESTION? The ASA Legal Line monthly video series features a member of the association’s legal team and addresses critical legal, regulatory, and legislative topics that have direct implications for your business.

In the latest installment, ASA senior vice president, chief legal and operating officer Stephen Dwyer discusses [TOPIC].

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In this month’s installment of Legal Line, ASA senior counsel, Ed Lenz, discusses the recent Internal Revenue Service guidance allowing employers to defer their employees’ share of Social Security taxes through the end of the year. Lenz points out that most employers are electing not to defer out of concern that they will be liable to pay the tax if employees are no longer working next year when the taxes must be paid—a particular concern of staffing firms because of their high employee turnover.

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