About GAPS

The Georgia Association of Personnel Services, Inc. (GAPS) is the preeminent professional association for Executive Search, Recruiters and Staffing companies in Georgia.

Through the dedication of its Board of Directors and the participation of its members, GAPS provides unparalleled opportunity for continuing education, professional growth and successful collaboration with the best and brightest in the industry.

As an IRS designated 501(c)6 non-profit trade association, GAPS membership is voluntary and includes many firms, branches and affiliates. Through this expansive network of passionate professionals, the association brings together recruiters of all levels of experience and areas of expertise to network, collaborate, share, learn and grow in their careers.

Who can be a member of GAPS?

Any corporation, company, partnership or individual engaged in negotiating placement where a fee is charged is eligible for membership without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected status.

Our Mission

“To Represent, Educate and Promote the Private Personnel Staffing Services Industry
while maintaining the highest Standards of Practice.”

  • To encourage compliance with the Standards of Ethical Practices of the National Association of Personnel Services (NAPS), which GAPS has adopted.
  • To promote constructive publicity and to create a better understanding, acquaintance, coordination and cooperation among fee charging employment services; to increase the efficiency of the agency service by the promotion of effective methods for serving employers and job applicants by the consideration of the relations between employers and candidates and the investigation and study of industrial and economic conditions; to set and maintain the highest standards of practice; and to amply protect its members against all acts, methods and practices not pursuant to the best interests of the service.
  • To advance the private personnel services industry through education and assist in the development of accredited courses in human and industrial relations as well as those courses directly related to private personnel services advancement in colleges and universities.
  • To promote constructive publicity with industry, business and the general public regarding private personnel services, industrial and economic conditions with a view of employment.
  • In general, to promote, extend and protect the interests of the private personnel services industry.

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2451 Cumberland Parkway
Suite 3181
Atlanta, GA 30339



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