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Management
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In the past 10 years, it's been fascinating to observe the lack of "Internal Service Agreements" between marketing and sales. There seems to be a turf war without clear alignment on objectives, strategies and metrics to measure success. To … more
Have you/your company reached out to consultants? Yes – 62.5% No – 37.5% If yes, how often have you utilized a consultant? Occasionally – 50% Only once – 12.5% Regularly – … more
After years without a physical, the wife of a Donan Solutions LLC employee decided to take advantage of her husband's new health incentives. Just in time. Doctors identified abnormal findings that, if left unchecked, could have had … more
Providence engineering firm Wright-Pierce has been encouraging and supporting wellness for its employees for years. One program, the Wright Way to Wellness, was launched in 2013 to inform, educate and motivate employees to improve their … more
As professional background screeners, much of our time is spent checking the often unsavory pasts of our clients' employees and applicants. We uncover resume fraud, professional licenses that cannot be verified, criminal records for fraud, DUIs, sex … more
Does your company have telecommuting employees? Yes – 63.7% No – 36.8% How do you primarily communicate with employees working remotely? Phone and email – 50% Video chat or … more
Employment is on the upside. Employers are actively looking. Offers are getting better. Even so, many find themselves "stuck" where they are with no light at the end of the tunnel. Getting ahead eludes them; knowing how to make things happen isn't … more
A SURE ALPHABET FOR SUCCESS. I often joke that it takes years to become an overnight success. But it starts with a dream. My dream was to own a factory. I wasn't even sure what kind of product I'd make, or exactly where it would be. But I pictured … more
Maintaining worker safety within a manufacturing plant requires the cooperation and participation of all plant employees. But Toray Plastics (America) Inc. of North Kingstown has raised that approach to an art form. Programs to improve … more
Barbara Sokoloff knew one thing when she decided to start her own consulting firm nearly 30 years ago: She wanted to help transform "holes in the urban fabric" into vibrant communities. Sokoloff, a 72-year-old Providence native, says an … more
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