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Law enforcement is without a doubt a predominately male field—the number of women who go into policing, firefighting and paramedic-related careers is few and far between. However, Grand Valley State University notes 2018 is the first year in the history of the Police Academy that it's seen so many women in a recruit class. Read more...
You probably love much about your job. And you probably have co-workers who get on your nerves. Or you're putting in too many late nights. Your job can test your patience, in many ways. Read more...

DOUBT.

May 29, 2018
Hearing the audience's unified response was simultaneously validating and soul-crushing. Read more...
Some of the first lessons we learn have to do with etiquette and manners. Read more...
Jennifer Jurgens, president of Grand Rapids-based software maker SalesPad, believes women are critical for the future of technology. Read more...
Twelve years ago, I (Jen) started my "dream job" teaching biology at a small liberal arts college. Read more...
Customer service always has been and always will be critical for business. Yet one local West Michigan business strives for customer service excellence by putting employees—not customers—first. Read more...
There comes a time in every woman's career when it's time to make change—whether or not she recognizes that. Personal or professional growth doesn't always come easy; sometimes, it's downright frightening. Read more...
As someone who has always worked in customer service, I often wonder if I pay more attention to quality customer service (or the lack thereof) than those around me. Read more...
This past January, brands and users on Facebook were dealt a shock—or at least a lot of confusion—when Mark Zuckerberg announced a change to the News Feed algorithm affecting what content will be favored and how. Read more...
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