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Unless you’re self-employed, you likely have a boss. For many people, this relationship is a foundational part of their work life—how you get along, how you work together, and how much you trust and empathize with one another, can have a significant impact on your day-to-day well-being, as well as long-term career prospects.

Olivet Announces Transfer Agreement with Henry Ford College

Olivet Nazarene University (ONU) and Henry Ford College (HFC) have announced a new partnership agreement that will allow students to seamlessly transfer from the community college and begin pursuing a four-year baccalaureate degree. The dual admissions initiative created by ONU is aptly dubbed Pursue ONU and will provide HFC students an opportunity to earn a bachelor of business administration, bachelor of applied science in management, a bachelor of science in nursing, or a master of science…

Inside Look at Life as an EMT

From car accidents to overdoses, emergency medical technicians (EMTs) need to be prepared for anything and everything. It’s a profession that requires both mental and physical stamina, and willingness to respond courageously to the unknown. In order to better understand the real-life challenges and stresses that an EMTs endure, we interviewed full-time paramedic and author Peter Canning. A 20-year veteran, Canning has chronicled his passion for the job in two autobiographies and two novels.…

The Truth About Annoying Coworkers

With a standard 40-hour work week, many of us end up seeing our coworkers more often than our own families. So it’s not a surprise that our coworkers can get on our nerves. We surveyed 2,000 working Americans about common annoyances in the workplace, and the number one source of tension is interpersonal relationships. Here’s what people had to say.

Olivet Announces Transfer Agreement with Harper College

Olivet Nazarene University (ONU) and Harper College have announced a new partnership agreement that will allow students to seamlessly transfer from the community college and begin pursuing a four-year baccalaureate degree. The dual admissions initiative created by ONU is aptly dubbed Pursue ONU and will provide Harper College students an opportunity to earn a bachelor of applied science in management, a bachelor of science in nursing, or a master of science in nursing.

Olivet Announces Transfer Agreement with Morton College

Olivet Nazarene University (ONU) and Morton College have announced a new partnership agreement that will allow students to seamlessly transfer from the community college and begin pursuing a four-year baccalaureate degree. The dual admissions initiative created by ONU is aptly dubbed Pursue ONU and will provide Morton College students an opportunity to earn a bachelor of applied science or a bachelor of science in nursing.

Where Bilingual Jobs Are and The Industries Looking to Hire

The United States is a nation of immigrants, so it is no surprise that this melting pot of a country hosts a wide array of dialects, accents, and even different languages. Many areas of the country, especially in major metropolises, like New York, LA, Miami, and Chicago, people of all creeds live and work together, further redefining what it means to “be American.”