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Approximately 3,000 Fidelity Investments employees have been offered voluntary buyout packages, the Boston Business Journal reported Tuesday. more
If President Trump keeps his promise, the U.S. will join the rest of the industrialized world and provide for some kind of paid maternity leave. more
The quarterly Rhode Island Current Economic Indicator shows a state that experienced solid economic growth in the second half of 2016 but which also is not forecast to continue on a robust growth trajectory in the early part of this year. more
Annual revisions released Monday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the R.I. Department of Labor and Training’s Labor Market Information Division show the state’s unemployment rate dipped below 5.0 percent for the first time since May 2007. more
Adrienne Heintz, an Atlanta marketing professional, has discovered a reliable way to earn higher wages, and Federal Reserve economists are taking note. more
Mercer, the world’s largest human resources consulting firm, will make, for the first time in Providence, a presentation on its Annual National Healthcare Survey of Employer Sponsored Health Plans. more
Tangible results of the 2010 Affordable Care Act in Rhode Island – health insurance for tens of thousands of additional people and strengthening of improvements in medical care – combined with … more
Faced with the challenge of addressing rising costs that threaten the quality of patient care, members of the health care community gathered at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick on Feb. 16 for the annual Health Care Summit hosted by Providence … more
Reporting on jobs figures is never an easy task. It is one of the reasons that the regular reports on jobs focus on the simple unemployment figure, known to aficionados as the U-3 figure, which is derived by dividing the total number of unemployed … more
For how long are new hires typically in training? A few days – 22.2% About a week – 11.1% 1-3 weeks – 55.6% A month or more – 0% It depends on the position – 11.1% … more
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