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Human Resources
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The American Heart Association understands that there is no cookie-cutter approach to wellness. This is why it created My Life Check. The online tool offers personalized nutrition and activity recommendations based on factors such as blood … more
Ocean State Job Lot began preparing a year ago to create an employee wellness program with a logical first step: It asked its employees what they wanted from such a program. The employees' reply was directly in line with the company's ethos … more
CEO (or equivalent): Louis R. Giancola, CEO and president Number of employees: 969 There's an old saying about the cobbler's children not having adequate footwear. And while that adage may hold true for some, South County Health is … more
At Exeter-based telecommunications firm Carousel Industries of North America Inc., a continual commitment to employee health and wellness is a top priority, with several initiatives designed to promote overall well-being and lifelong healthy … more
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island knows it's vital to lead by example, said Bobby Rodriguez, vice president of human resources. "Part of the vision is really to make Rhode Islanders healthy," Rodriguez said. "We start with our … more
Rhode Island's largest community bank, Westerly-based The Washington Trust Co., resolutely believes that promoting employee health is best for business – and for people. "It helps the workforce – lowering absenteeism and health care … more
With a campus gym, a subsidized Weight Watchers at Work program, health information tables and Lunch & Learn sessions focusing on mental health, Bryant University wellness efforts are comprehensive. They are also geared toward employee needs based … more
CEO (or equivalent): John W. Braccio, CEO and president Number of employees: 203 Employee wellness has always been big business at Providence engineering consulting firm Wright-Pierce. "A strong company cannot exist without healthy … more
The folks at Cooley Group know a thing or two about taking care of their employees. In fact, they've been at it for 90 years. At the Pawtucket-based coated-fabric manufacturer, safety initiatives are promoted companywide. "We … more
According to Rachelle Handfield, executive vice president of human resources for Collette, the importance of wellness has been in the water for years at the travel tour provider. But things "really started to flourish with the construction of our … more
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