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Tracy Rettie–Hiring Hero of the Week

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When you spend 20+ years driving the education of industry professionals you get to shape many careers and lives. That’s just the start of what Tracy Rettie has done. She’s the Vice President, Education and Strategic Initiatives for the American Staffing Association. From owners and executives to those just starting out in the business, tens of thousands of people are succeeding in the noble work of staffing because of Tracy and her team. She is shaping the present needs and future success of the staffing industry through her leadership of Staffing World professional development offerings, ASA certification programs and webinars, and the Safety Standard of Excellence program. Thank you Tracy for the heroic work you do each day.

P.S. I hope you’ll connect with Tracy on LinkedIn.

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ABOUT THE HEROES OF HIRING

We’ve all heard it said that a company’s most important asset is its people. When we say we love a company, what we’re really saying is we love the work being done by the exceptional people in these organizations. Talented employees who do outstanding work are the secret ingredients that make their companies great. That’s why recruiting and hiring is so important. Each person involved in the hiring process is influencing the future of their company. These individuals are also impacting one of the most important aspects of people’s lives—their careers. The individuals who play a role in the hiring process are changing companies and lives, making hiring a heroic act.

The hiring heroism of a select group of people goes above and beyond. These unsung hiring heroes are making a lasting difference on a grand scale. That’s the reason for this distinction—the Hiring Hero of the Week. The hope in bestowing this honor is that people across the globe can celebrate and learn from these truly amazing human beings.

Scott WintripTracy Rettie–Hiring Hero of the Week

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