Welcome to the Florida Staffing Association (FSA), the trade association for the staffing industry in Florida. Established in 1972 as FATS, we then changed our name to FLSSA and then evolved into who we are today, the FSA.
Staffing Company Membership Qualifications
A firm actively engaged in the staffing services business is eligible for active membership in FSA. If a firm operates branches or through franchisees or licensees, only the firm operating the branches or granting the franchise or license may be an active member.
Industry Partner Qualifications
The corporate headquarters office must be the joining, dues-paying entity. Branch, franchised, and licensed operations are members through their corporate headquarters. The company applying for Industry Partner membership must be a supplier to the staffing industry. A firm may not qualify for associate membership if it operates or has any ownership in a staffing company (except ownership of less than 2 percent of a publicly traded company) unless the staffing company is an active member. FSA members with separate divisions, subsidiaries, or lines of business must enroll those separate operations as dues paying members for those operations to receive FSA benefits.
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