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In 2010, the move to a LEED-certified building that was rated the most eco-friendly office structure in Rhode Island led the retiring CEO of FM Global, Shivan Subramaniam, to express his company’s commitment to more than the health of its environment. more
Arguably the most disputed pie in Rhode Island during the last several years is the financial one that state workers believed they were getting during their decades of employment, versus the one that they're going to actually be receiving, when all … more
With Kara Lachapelle as director of finance and technology for the past four years, the state's principal housing agency has been able not only to successfully navigate the waters post-recession, but expand its programming and offerings to directly … more
More than 300 of the Ocean State’s business leaders joined the nine honorees at Providence Business News’ 14th annual Business Excellence Awards celebration on Wednesday, Nov.12 at the Providence Marriott. more
More exercise and better eating habits are top priorities for many employers and their employees. more
If you work at Amica Mutual Insurance Co., you have no excuse for not exercising. more
At GTECH Corp., workers who take up fitness activities get plenty of encouragement from their employer. more
For Lisa Bisaccia, head of human resources for CVS Caremark Corp., the rewards of the Fortune 500 company’s wellness program are not about the metrics, the hard data showing productivity gained versus sick days recouped. The reward comes down to the individual stories of lives improved and the sense of accomplishment that comes from it. more
While wellness initiatives increase in importance in today’s business world, they always have been important at United Natural Foods Inc., headquartered in Providence. And it’s easy to see why. Simply put: wellness is in the company’s DNA. more
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