Imagine this: You are the CEO of ABC Co. headquartered in Providence. You have 700 employees (if you include dependents, that is about 1,500 human beings) who depend on you for their health care coverage. There is no other benefit that even approaches the importance of health insurance for them.
Employers across Rhode Island should begin to revise their employment manuals, policies and information brochures in preparation for new statewide employee-leave requirements going into effect on Jan. 1.
Guest Column: Sheri L. Pizzi and Greg Vanden-Eykel
Of the 4,400 applications for health insurance for individuals processed in the first month of HealthSource RI, the state’s new health-insurance exchange, 26-year-old Tori’s Hitchiner wasn’t among them.
Hunter Insurance President Brian Hunter stays on top of issues in his field, and one that the Cumberland-based agent has paid attention to lately is the ability of drivers in some states to access their car-insurance ID card digitally.
Amica Mutual Insurance Co. reported net income of $149.5 million in 2013, more than double its 2012 profit of $71 million, according to financial results announced by Chairman, President and CEO Robert A. DiMuccio at the company’s annual meeting on Thursday.
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