NATIONAL NURSES DAY
National Nurses Day is observed annually on May 6. On this day, we raise awareness of all nurse contributions and commitments and acknowledge the vital role nurses play in society. This day is also the first day of National Nurses Week and is sometimes known as National RN Recognition Day.
National Third Shift Workers Day, which is also known as National Night Shift Workers Day, is annually observed on the second Wednesday in May.
This day was created to honor all workers, who work hard through the night (night after night).
Regardless of their duties, the time of day they are performed can make life unusual and sometimes difficult.
Every year on the first day of National Nursing Assistants’ Week, we observe National Career Nurse Assistants’ Day. This day is set aside to recognize the nursing assistants who dedicate their lives to the well-being of others for 5 to as many as 58 years.
On October 2nd National Custodial Worker’s Recognition Day is a day set aside to show appreciation to men and women who keep our buildings running smoothly.
While delivering outstanding services and running a well-maintained operation building, they contribute to important first impressions and the success of any business.
Medical Assistants Recognition Day is observed on Wednesday of the third business week in October. On Medical Assistant’s Recognition Day, take time to thank these healthcare professionals for their dedication.
On January 4, National Missouri Day recognizes the 24th state to join the union.
Known as the gateway to the West and nicknamed the Show Me State, Missouri is bordered by two great rivers: Mississippi on its eastern border and Missouri River for a portion of its western border. As a result, Missouri is ideally located as a hub of transportation and trade.