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  • 4-11-2018-Whats-the-key-to-job-interview What’s the Key to a Successful Job Interview? OKLAHOMA CITY - 04/11/2018 The job interview begins the moment a candidate walks in the door, long before the first question is asked-according to David Robb, marketing director in the Grand Rapids, Michigan, Express Employment Professionals office.
    3-28-2018-Failed-Drug-Tests-Thumbnail Drug Testing: Is It Time for a Change? OKLAHOMA CITY - 03/28/2018 With unemployment falling and the demand for workers rising, employers have had to rethink recruiting and hiring practices to find the talent they need to grow their businesses.
    3-12-2018_Job-and-Career150x100 The Hottest Job Markets in America: Where Are They? OKLAHOMA CITY - 03/14/2018 Kelly Carpenter, an Express Employment Professionals franchise owner in Columbus, Ohio, has never seen a time like this. 
    2-28-2018-Overnight-Workforce-150x100 Overnight Workers: Who Are They and Do They Prefer It? OKLAHOMA CITY - 02/28/2018 While the world is sleeping, some businesses continue to run, powered by workers who often choose the overnight shift, as many say it allows them flexibility to take care of their children or further their education.  
    2-14-2018-Businesses-Offer-Wage-Outlook-150X100 Businesses Offer Wage Outlook: 41% Expect Raises OKLAHOMA CITY - 02/14/2018 Janis Petrini, owner of an Express Employment Professionals office in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Chris Ashcraft, an Express office owner in Mobile, Alabama, spend their days focused on job markets 1,000 miles apart.