Associated Staffing was honored with a 2016 American Staffing Association Care Award. This national awards program recognizes outstanding corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives—business processes that produce an overall positive effect on society—among ASA member staffing firms, associate members (staffing industry suppliers), and regional councils and affiliated chapters.

      Associated Staffing was honored for its Volunteer Time Off policy, Christmas outreach projects, company match program, Personal Growth Model Wellness Program and financial commitment to major organizations.

      “Associated Staffing is dedicated to the communities that we live and work in,” said Larry Roepke, Chief Financial Officer. “Our company culture is to give back to our communities with our time, our talents and financially. This is a rewarding part of our culture that helps grow strong employees, strong communities and a strong organization.”

      The ASA Care Awards honor CSR initiatives that involve employee training and professional development, community engagement, “green” business practices, philanthropy and more. A panel of CSR experts selects the honorees.

      ASA Care Award honorees will be celebrated at Staffing World® 2016, the ASA convention and expo, Oct. 25–27 in San Diego, Calif.

     “By giving our team the opportunity to join community organizations, we spread our net wider, allowing us to educate the community on the value of Associated Staffing, all while giving back to that specific organization and community,” said Heidi Isley, Director of Operations. “It also provides professional and personal growth opportunities for each of our team members.”

About the American Staffing Association
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AuthorTravis Mittan