Updated February 6 at 12:25pm
Management
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(Updated, 6:25 p.m.) Citizens Financial Group Inc. is a “work in progress,” says its CEO, as Rhode Island’s largest bank continues to acclimate to life in the public eye, free from a far-away parent. more
Brown University and the University of Rhode Island are among 116 employers recently recognized by WorldatWork, a nonprofit human resources association, with Work-Life 2016 Seal of Distinction Awards. more
Hasbro Inc. was named “Best Corporate Citizen” in the consumer items industry in the country, according to the 10 Best Corporate Citizens List by Industry for 2015 by Corporate Responsibility Magazine. more
For four university presidents who happen to be women, running their institutions is very much like running a business. more
A nationwide survey found that 97 percent of employers will provide a paid day off for all or most employees on Labor Day, Sept. 7, but that 41 percent will require some employees to work the holiday. more
(Updated, 2:15 p.m.) Seven hundred of the region’s business leaders celebrated themselves and oftentimes their competitors at Providence Business News’ 10th Best Places To Work event Wednesday evening at the Crowne Plaza Garden Pavilion. more
For the 10th time, Providence Business News has announced the awardees of the Best Places To Work competition. The 55 companies were judged based on confidential surveys of employees and management reports. more
Hasbro Inc. recently was named the second-most transparent and responsible company in the nation, according to the 100 Best Corporate Citizens List of 2015, produced by Corporate Responsibility Magazine. more
Responding to shareholder concerns over the level of executive compensation, Hasbro Inc. made changes to the pay package of President and CEO Brian Goldner, with the result that his total compensation for 2014 fell 46.7 percent to $14.6 million in 2014, according to the company’s proxy statement filed Monday. more
Cilantro Mexican Grill has to pay more than $100,000 in wages and damages to 32 employees following a federal Labor Department investigation. more
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