Staffing Success (ISSN 1530-6011) Volume 13, Issue 2. Published seven times a year
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Expect an increase of ICE audits among U.S. employers this year,
that latest on telecommuting technologies, and more.
The Law and You
Does the end of a temporary assignment mean that the temporary
worker’s employment with the staffing firm has ended? Mark, an
HR veteran but new to the staffing industry, searches for the right
Election season is here—and just like a politician can choose to
stay in one office or, say, run for president—high-performing
workers can choose to stay with a current employer or accept an
offer from another. Here’s how to stay ahead of these changes
from a recruiting perspective.
ASA for You
Staffing Success is now an all-digital magazine as well as a print
publication. Learn more about this exciting new resource for ASA
members. Also—find out why ASA general counsel Stephen C.
Dwyer, Esq., says you should be in Washington, DC, this April.
Sections Sound Off
What’s coming down the pike in 2012 for the industry’s major
sectors? Industry veterans weigh in.
Welcome new ASA members, more staffing professionals earn
ASA certifications, and other ASA member company news and
Here is where to find Staffing Success advertisers in this issue and
online. Go to
americanstaffing.net/digital to see bonus advertising
content and to click through to specific products and services.
The Voice of Staffing
ASA President and CEO Richard Wahlquist
The Last Word