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Happy 4th of July!

241 years of sweat and hard work. Founded on the democratic values of liberty, equality, and justice for all, the United States continues to be at the forefront of the global employment scene. Over the years, this nation has produced incredible and innovative individuals, from inventors like Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell, to artists […]

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Happy 150th Birthday Canada!

150 years of Canadian confederation. Congrats, Canada! As of July 1, you will be 150 years old. That’s 150 years of history, culture, and so much more. Canada has given much to the world, from the arts and sciences to business, and more. Dr. Art McDonald won a Nobel Prize together with his Japanese partner […]

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2017 Refresh Leadership Live Simulcast

On Wednesday, April 12, Express Employment Professionals will bring together three leadership experts for the eighth annual Refresh Leadership Live Simulcast. The simulcast will be broadcast during events at participating Express locations and will feature: Patrick Lencioni, Leadership Consultant, Speaker, and Best-Selling Author Jimmy Johnson, Two-Time Super Bowl Champion Coach and FOX NFL SundayAnalyst Robyn Benincasa, World-Champion Adventure Racer, […]

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Celebrate Engineer’s Week

Constant changes in technology are revolutionizing the workforce, creating a high demand for engineers at above average salaries. This week, we celebrate engineers in the United States and strive to educate the future workforce about the advantages of engineering and technology careers as part of Engineer’s Week. Canada will take part in the efforts next […]

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Happy Holidays From Express Employment Professionals

As we gather for the holidays, everyone at Movin’ On Up wishes you and yours a safe, happy, and blessed season. We look forward to providing even more job search tips and workplace advice in the new year. Movin’ On Up is brought to you by Express Employment Professionals.

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Happy Veterans Day and Remembrance Day

Veterans Day is Nov. 11 in the United States. First proclaimed “Armistice Day” by President Wilson some 97 years ago, this day was created as a celebration with public meetings and a parade. The day became a legal holiday in 1938 as a way to honor America’s soldiers. Today, Express Employment Professionals is proud of […]

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Time to Fall Back and Gain an Hour

If getting out of bed while it’s still dark outside is getting old, have no fear. This weekend, that all changes. At 2 a.m. on Sunday, most of North America, and other countries around the world, will gain an hour as daylight saving time comes to a close. Daylight saving time (DST) was first implemented […]

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The Haunting of a Bad Career Decision

The Haunting of a Bad Career Decision

You’ve been seeking employment for a while and you’ve become desperate enough to accept the first opportunity that comes along. Now that you have accepted the position, it has proven to be undesirable and doesn’t match your skills. You may be miserable and feel as though you are in a career rut, but don’t let […]

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Hoo Rah! It’s Boss’s Day

It’s not a federal holiday, but Boss’s Day is celebrated annually in the United States and Canada. A day dedicated to all employers, it’s a time to appreciate bosses and thank them for their work throughout the year. It’s easy to overlook everything supervisors do to keep their employees working, and this day can be […]

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Celebrate Grandparents Day With Lessons From the Wise

In the United States, National Grandparents Day is Sunday, Sept. 11. It’s a day designated to honor grandparents for their love and sacrifice. Grandparents are often associated with wisdom due to their years of experience and adventure. There have been countless wise leaders in the history of the world, and we want to share lessons […]

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