May 12 is International Nurses Day. Nurses are selfless; they are kind, compassionate, caring, and committed to helping everyone in need. We want to celebrate the day by offering six interesting facts about the nursing industry you may not have known. (more…)
We’re excited to announce the season seven launch of the On the Job Podcast with a brand-new episode! Season six was a resounding success with an average 100,000+ downloads per episode! And with this season’s lineup of stories, we expect that number to be even higher! Check out the first episode!
Season 7, Episode 1: Now’s the Time
Economist, author and baseball fan Michael Walden gives us a macro look at an economy that has bounced back surprisingly well post-COVID, and offers a generally favorable outlook about what is coming down the pike. You can purchase his ‘economic thrillers’ at this Amazon Author Page.
On the first Wednesday in May, we celebrate Skilled Trades Workers Day. The holiday is observed every year to honor the hard-working and dedicated people who keep the world running. Many college students are also starting to see more value in Skilled Trades jobs because of the opportunities that are available once they graduate. Mechanic and repair trade programs saw an enrollment increase of 11.5 percent from spring 2021 to 2022, according to the National Student Clearinghouse. Enrollment in construction and culinary trades also increased.
Skilled trades jobs are always in high demand and can lead you down an exciting career path. (more…)
We’re gearing up for Season 7 of Express Employment Professionals’ On the Job podcast.
This season will feature 8 episodes, with new episodes airing beginning the first week of May. Season six proved to be quite popular with more than 100,000 downloads per episode!
If you haven’t had a chance to listen to the past season or if you missed an episode, catch up on all eight episodes now before season seven begins! (more…)
April is a month of several health holidays, and we want to continue the month with a video focused on your workplace posture. Good posture is incredibly important to avoid long-term damage to your body.
Sitting at a desk for hours on end can result in musculoskeletal disorders. In fact, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, musculoskeletal disorders account for 31% of the total cases for all workers’ injuries.
Watch this video below to learn how to situate your workstation to maximize your posture.
When it comes to protecting your posture, simply being aware of what good posture looks like is be incredibly helpful. Try to do a “body check-in” every hour or so to make sure everything is aligned.
Have you ever dealt with an unempathetic leader at work? It can be difficult to work with a manager who doesn’t understand their employees. They may be less than willing to allow employees time to spend with their families or understand how a death in the family or sick relative might affect employee work performance. This can result in a tense work atmosphere. However, there are a few things you can do to cope. (more…)