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Improving Workplace Safety During COVID-19

Although the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, according to experts, 41% of workers say companies aren’t doing enough to protect them from the virus. In a May 2020 survey from Express Employment Professionals, 90% of decision makers said their businesses have taken steps to improve overall safety in response to COVID-19. (more…)

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On the Job Podcast S4:E5 – Answering the Call

On the Job Podcast S4:E5 – Answering the Call

Check out the latest episode of Express Employment Professionals’ On the Job podcast! Season 4, Episode 5: Answering the Call For Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), the coronavirus is only the latest chapter in a vocation that requires constant vigilance. Meet Kyle Robillard, an EMT/Fireman/Sports Doctor, who tells us how multi-tasking tends to be a way of […]

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Infographic: Gen Z in the Workforce

With the newest generation entering the workforce, organizations are looking to recruit, retain, and engage Gen Z employees. Understanding what these young professionals want in a career, how they interact with others, and what they expect in an employer are important for businesses to successfully embrace the newest, tech savvy generation. Check out this infographic […]

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Focus on Safety: Workplace Safety Posters Available

Focus on Safety: Workplace Safety Posters Available

June is National Safety Month, and whether you work on a construction site or in a traditional office setting, safety at work impacts every worker in one way or another. For employers, safety can affect everything from workers’ compensation costs to productivity. For employees, it impacts the work environment, health, and morale. (more…)

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Developing Leaders in Your Organization

Having the right leaders is a key component to building long-term stability, creating a competitive culture, and attracting the market’s top talent. However, some businesses feel there is a leadership skills gap within their workforce. (more…)

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Business Lessons from COVID-19: The Good, the Bad, and the Unknown

Full-time remote work for employees was out of the question for most companies a few short months ago, but after weathering a pandemic that changed how we work almost overnight, business owners say there are several lessons to take away from this time–the good, the bad and the unknown. (more…)

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On the Job Podcast S4:E3 - A Labor of Love

On the Job Podcast S4:E3 – A Labor of Love

Check out the latest episode of Express Employment Professionals’ On the Job podcast! Season 4, Episode 3: A Labor of Love Teachers and school administrators have been navigating the new normal and attempting to continue doing what they’ve always done: enrich the knowledge and lives of students everywhere. In this episode, elementary school teacher Gail […]

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Maximizing Your Online Job Search

Many job seekers grow frustrated with their job search after completing countless applications online and never hearing back. However, the problem often isn’t the online job search itself, but rather the way in which job seekers are conducting their search. In their 2019 Job Seeker Nation Survey, Jobvite found that most applicants apply for jobs […]

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On the Job Podcast S4:E2 - Dr. Julie Gurner

On the Job Podcast S4:E2 – Dr. Julie Gurner

Check out the latest episode of Express Employment Professionals’ On the Job podcast! Season 4, Episode 2: Dr. Julie Gurner How can you do your job better, advance in your career, and unlock your potential? Listen along as Dr. Julie Gurner, Executive Performance Coach, shares how to identify and understand behaviors that allow people to […]

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3 Ways to Attract the Right Talent for Your Culture

For successful businesses to maintain a competitive advantage in their market, it’s imperative to cultivate a strong and vibrant culture. A company culture is composed of the shared values and behaviors that comprise the unique social environment of a business. From a more laid-back, remote workforce to a classic suit-and-tie, 8-to-5 setting, a culture not […]

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