ASA Certification Offers Competitive Advantage

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<p><strong>Alexandria, Va. &mdash; Sept. 27</strong><br />Competing to land contracts with clients. Attracting qualified candidates. Navigating the complex legal relationships among staffing firms, clients and employees.<br /><br />All are challenges that staffing professionals and firms face as they try to increase sales and avoid legal mishaps. </p><p>ASA certification programs can help you gain a competitive advantage and keep you up to date on staffing laws.<br /><br />Earning the Certified Staffing Professional or Technical Services Certified designation is one way to set yourself apart from your competition. </p><p>Clients have many firms to choose from, so give them another reason to choose you by displaying your credentials and commitment to your profession.<br /><br />And through the study materials for the CSP and TSC exams (written by some of the top staffing law experts in the country), you&#39;ll be in a better position to protect yourself and advise your clients by learning key points of both federal and state employment laws.<br /><br />More than 4,000 staffing professionals across the country are proudly displaying their CSP or TSC designations, including TJ Person, CSP, from Employment Edge/Pinnacle Business Services in Sioux Falls, N.D.</p><p>”The CSP program is helpful because it keeps you abreast of what&#39;s going on in the industry, as well as enlightens you on subject matter that is pertinent to your business,” Person said.</p>

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